Test Infected, Agile Methodology oriented developer. Have developed in Java for past 8 years, C# for past 4 years. (Have a VB6 past as well.) Interested in doing C/C++ development in addition. Fan of Python, but have only used it for log file handling (so far).

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answered Saying amen while practicing leining?
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comment What does Heimishe mean?
@JoshuaFox: was reviewing this question after a long time. You wrote: " indeed, Litvaks, Reform, Conservative, Modern Orthodox, and Chassidic wouldn't use it". What I wrote in my answer is that actually, Chassidim do use the term to describe their phone book. Also Litvaks use it for certain things as well. So nothing in my experience indicates this term is limited to just a "certain group". Heimisch just means where "I" feel comfortable.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Anchor tag link not working on IE11
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comment Low latency programming
what language do you use for your software, C/C++ or something else?
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comment Low latency programming
@ZamfirKerlukson: we have a Java messaging app that processes incoming messages in 8-9 microseconds. Our more complicated server app processes in 65-80 microseconds. One thing to keep in mind about Java is the ability of the JIT compiler to do code analysis and dynamically inline methods and data access. That automates what C programmers do manually with the "inline" keyword. However, controlling GC pause times is challenge (though there are some JVM solutions that try to address this).
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comment How to understand compiler behavior difference with << operator and stringstream between Visual Studio 2010 and VS 2013
I did try as you suggested, but the problem really turned out to be a spot in my code where it was invoking the GTEST macro with the wrong object type. Apparently VS 2010 did some kind of automatic conversion (or navigation to correct operator method) that couldn't be done VS 2013. (See the edits I made to my question.)
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