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Joshua Filstrup
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JJ seems like a really good dude. Also, another good episode, keep it up!
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Silas McCroskey  wait, so java has an optional type, but a method which returns it can still return null?
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Just curious, how much of Qt's features do you guys leverage? For example, are you guys generally preferring there data structures, the STL or generally rolling your own? Also, are you guys using Qt4 or Qt5. If you're using Qt5, how would you say the OpenGL ES support is? Thanks.
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+Joshua Filstrup Qt4-style Widgets in Designer... and I also hand-code LOTS of our widgets, just because I am way better at writing code than I am working in a UI designer.
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+Silas McCroskey I've been thinking a lot about languages that have immutability as the default state lately, and I'm not really sure how much I like it. I agree that the guarantees can reduce or remove a class of errors, but it also makes development much less pleasurable. Another issue, when I'm writing Rust is that I end up with "let mut x = ..." all over the place because mutable variables and structures are often needed. I was curious to hear your thoughts on the issue.
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I've gotten a lot of positive feedback from the irc for rust as well.
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+Silas McCroskey I'll give you this, haskell has the best looking quicksort I've ever seen in any language.
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This thing would make a sweet NAS build
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c++14 support?
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+Silas McCroskey lmk what you think
Nimrod's type classes appear simple, flexible, powerful and far superior to interfaces in their design.
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I agree, I prefer the approach Haskell(Rust) take. The loosely coupled approach is interesting to say the least.
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hello beautiful, #crunchbanglinux  
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"Every atom in your body came from a star that exploded. And the atoms in your left hand probably came from a different star than your right hand. It really is the most poetic thing I know about physics. You are all stardust. You couldn’t be here if stars hadn’t exploded. Because the elements, the carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, iron, all the things that matter for evolution weren’t created at the beginning of time. They were created in the nuclear furnaces of stars. And the only way they could get into your body is if the stars were kind enough to explode. So forget Jesus. The stars died so you could be here today." — Lawrence Krauss
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I like C++, Mathematics, Star Wars, Star Trek TNG and chocolate milk
Education
  • San Jose State University
    B.S. Computer Science, B.S. Applied Mathematics, 2009 - present
  • Concord High School
    2005 - 2009
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