Primarily a .NET/SQL Server Developer (C#, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight, WPF, WinForms, APIs, etc.), but Jack of all Trades when it comes to development.

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awarded Nice Answer
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answered Query list of lists
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answered C# How to measure function time execution
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comment How does different website providing same services synchronize themshelves?
The airline would provide a single authoritative source of seat availability for all of the sites to use.
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answered Will signing assemblies reduce performance
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comment JavaScript Object Literal undefined issue
@Mathletics - Then the OP shouldn't be checking for a length property before creating one. Based on the simple snippet that was posted, I can't tell exactly what the OP is trying to accomplish.
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answered JavaScript Object Literal undefined issue
Jul
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comment Canvas. AngularJS. Adding text and image
@n8m - Their code is simple. They clear the canvas every time the text changes. They then transform and redraw the image along with the text. All of their source is visible in a debugger.
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answered Canvas. AngularJS. Adding text and image
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comment Canvas. AngularJS. Adding text and image
Overlap multiple canvas elements? One for text and one for images? That way you can clear the text and the image remains.
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comment what does def foo(bar = { }) do
possible duplicate of What are options hashes?
Jul
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answered Why is substr generating different results?
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comment Recover a "lost" type parameter
Damn! Beat me to it.
Jul
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comment document ready in angular
@user500468 - I just updated my answer as your problem may be easily solved without using jQuery at all.
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comment document ready in angular
@user500468 - The solution for a non-pro developer is to read the documentation, understand what is going on, and still do it the right way. I linked to the documentation so you can take a look and get started.
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