Itay Grudev

Bulgaria

itay.grudev.com

Age: 18

I am programming since I was 12 years old. Later I discovered science, specifically Astronomy and Astrophysics and that's what I do now. I create simulations of extra-solar planet configurations. Awesome, isn't it?

I love Open Source, though I am a Mac OS X user now. My favourite programming language is Ruby, but I also admire C++ (especially since I discovered that with the new standard (C++11) it adds support for so many things and is also extremely fast and efficient. But in fact programming languages differ only in the way you use them. The logic is all the same, so there is no language that I can't handle with (theoretically).

If you have to RTFM in order to use something that means that either an engineer or a programmer really screwed up. If the program you write have intuitive interfaces then who would ever need a Manual.

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awarded Popular Question
Nov
19
awarded Nice Answer
Nov
17
answered Compiling Squirrel Code
Nov
14
accepted Qt5 Syntax Highlight in QML
Nov
14
awarded Nice Question
Nov
3
revised How to setup ssh key to bypass git bash password prompt
deleted 64 characters in body
Oct
28
awarded Investor
Oct
21
revised RSA creation time, why drop after 16384bit?
edited body
Oct
12
reviewed Looks Good JAXB partial-unmarshalling Elements without @XMLRootElement
Oct
12
reviewed Looks Good Create array with NaN type value in Android
Oct
12
reviewed Looks Good How best to implement rooms for a text-based game?
Oct
12
reviewed Edit How can I pad an int with leading zeros when using cout << operator?
Oct
12
revised How can I pad an int with leading zeros when using cout << operator?
improved formatting
Oct
12
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Dont work bootstrap with php
Oct
12
reviewed Reject suggested edit on will <b class="hidden-sm"> also hide if the screen is xs
Sep
30
awarded Explainer
Sep
25
reviewed Looks Good How to rotate the entire display in Qt in C++
Sep
25
reviewed Looks Good CSS ::before is nullifying ::first-letter
Sep
25
reviewed Looks Good Stormpath User information
Sep
25
accepted Effective approach on fast look up of unique words in C#
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