Eliran Malka

Israel

Age: 34

I love learning.

I'm also a web developer who's passionate about problem solving and always looking for new ways to do so. I have great interest in user experience and find joy in realizing people's needs into practical solutions.

I find it important to convey abstract ideas with accuracy, and take meticulousness as a guiding principle.

I like playing electric guitar with my band, enjoy reading books, I am an occasional electronic musician, often found programming, seldom paints, and writes poetry from time to time.

Oh yeah, and I love learning.


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answered how to display same image multiple times using same image in javascript
Feb
8
comment google chrome on chromium freeze while play video full screen on facebook
see this post.
Feb
8
answered Videos freeze in fullscreen mode in Chrome and Firefox
Jan
30
revised Aurelia: Binding textContent of a custom element?
fix typo in code
Jan
26
awarded Good Answer
Jan
25
awarded Nice Answer
Jan
24
revised Easy way to list node modules I have npm linked?
rephrased for clarity
Jan
18
revised Is there a Windows command line with smart bash-like autocompletions / command history?
formatted, removed redundant content (edit updates are not needed in the post body, they appear in the post revision history).
Jan
14
comment Why almost no webpages hash passwords in the client before submitting (and hashing them again on the server), as to "protect" against password reuse?
using your own hashing algorithm implementation is not very wise. use a widely used implementation, to ensure it has been widely tested by well experienced cryptographers.
Jan
11
accepted A person who reads is a "reader". What is a person who peeks called?
Jan
11
comment A person who reads is a "reader". What is a person who peeks called?
thanx, i cannot really provide a sentence - the usage is within a program code (i'm a programmer). this makes a lot of sense though.
Jan
11
comment A person who reads is a "reader". What is a person who peeks called?
@FumbleFingers i agree, a peeper has a fairly different connotation, which i'm trying to avoid (well, hopefully).
Jan
11
asked A person who reads is a "reader". What is a person who peeks called?
Jan
8
accepted Linear gradient not applying in Webkit with d3 generated SVG
Jan
8
awarded Popular Question
Jan
1
revised Can i implement automatic call to someone in android?
added 5 characters in body
Dec
18
awarded Yearling
Dec
18
awarded Yearling
Dec
17
awarded Informed
Dec
17
revised Find property by name in a deep object
code formatted and naming made clearer, fixed wrong reference in for loop
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