Lemur's Profile User Rating: *****

Reputation: 1359 Grandmaster
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Author w/DIC++
Active Posts:
3,394 (1.95 per day)
Joined:
28-November 09
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User is offline Aug 05 2014 10:09 PM
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Country:
US
OS Preference:
OpenBSD
Favorite Browser:
Chrome
Favorite Processor:
AMD
Favorite Gaming Platform:
PC
Your Car:
Honda
Dream Kudos:
500
Expert In:
Web Development

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Posts I've Made

  1. In Topic: Application behaving differently on Heroku vs Localhost (rails app)

    Posted 5 Aug 2014

    Heroku uses PostgreSQL, are you running it locally?
  2. In Topic: Static Typing Ruby

    Posted 21 Jul 2014

    It should be noted that this will only properly work in Ruby 2.1 and above, as that was the point that methods started returning their names as symbols after being created.

    def foo() 1 end # returns :foo
    
    
  3. In Topic: Are software engineers considered to be real engineers?

    Posted 19 Jul 2014

    What it comes down to is some screwed up posturing concept on semantics. It's best to let them have their flame war and just say you're whatever you're getting paid to do.
  4. In Topic: Will a CS degree garauntee me a proffesional job in Web Developement?

    Posted 18 Jul 2014

    Well considering you misspelled the topic title, you're not off to a good start...

    Drop the idea of learning everything under the sun when you start out. You'll kill yourself like that. Pick one of: Django, Rails. Start with it and make a full blog site with it. Doesn't have to be great, just has to work. Heck, you don't even really need to finish, just get the code up on Github and experiment away at it. The amount you learn from doing will be far greater than from just reading and learning every language out there.
  5. In Topic: WTF is up the daily wtf and "discourse"?

    Posted 18 Jul 2014

    I really don't see the problem with discourse. It's a much better way of managing forums in my opinion.

    The categories being different colors helps to easily differentiate between different ones. It takes a glance.

    Personally I enjoy the more whole look at the activity on the site, and being able to drill down into categories as I want. If I recall, you can even set up filters to only show certain categories on load.

    There are place markers on the topics showing which comment you're on among other things.

    To me it's a good design and it does tend towards keeping it simple. I really don't see half of the issues you're talking about, most of them are easy enough to bypass even at that.

My Information

Member Title:
Pragmatism over Dogma
Age:
24 years old
Birthday:
June 22, 1990
Gender:
Location:
*.*
Full Name:
ask me
Years Programming:
6
Programming Languages:
Ruby, Clojure, Lisp, R, Scheme, Haskell, PHP, C#, Python, Perl, Javascript, BASH

Contact Information

E-mail:
Private
Website URL:
Website URL  http://www.baweaver.com
Skype:
Skype  keystonelemur
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http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=127322322
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Twitter:
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Comments

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    hdr Icon

    25 Mar 2014 - 00:45
    Hey are you the same lemur who used to be around the Computer Help Forums? I haven't been there since forever, but I saw your username and it looked familiar.
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    ric1989 Icon

    08 Mar 2014 - 07:56
    im a college student studying asp.net, html, css, java, and unity. Im pursuing a bachelor in computer science
    I wanted to know exactly what it takes to become a front-end web developer?
    How do i make an online portfolio?
    I've made simple html database page
    as class project.
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    mimimintan Icon

    14 Sep 2013 - 20:43
    Haha... I'm trying to get into development but I'm having a rough time. q w q Definitely not for the weak hearted I'm noticing. I think I still want to focus more on drawing, but programming seems like a new medium I want to explore, you know? >:3 (Yeah, I'm one of those brats who suddenly wants to make games with no previous experience hur...) It's good that you still d...
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    mimimintan Icon

    13 Sep 2013 - 04:35
    Just stalked and found your deviantArt (aka clicked "portfolio" out of curiosity)... Even though it's been a while since you've posted (I understand), there's some pretty neat stuff, I gotta say :D Just thought I'd drop by and say that.
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    jon.kiparsky Icon

    15 Dec 2012 - 23:42
    Good point. BTW, ran into Andrew this morning. First thing he said to me was "Sorry I haven't got back to your friend, busy week at work" Expect to hear from him.
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    PokeSTrainer Icon

    02 Oct 2011 - 17:49
    Hey Weaver
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    macosxnerd101 Icon

    25 Aug 2010 - 18:31
    I don't have a Facebook, so DIC profiles are like Facebook for me. :p
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    thefreemenucom Icon

    14 Mar 2010 - 10:21
    Added cuz of your reply to super browser : )
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