Jake Woods

Australia

Age: 22

I love writing code and I'm always reading and learning how to improve my craft

  • I started programming when I was 12 producing terrible Visual Basic 6 games.
  • I moved to C++ at 14 and never looked back.
  • I love working in the terminal and avoid the mouse as much as possible.
  • I enjoy working with C# but dislike the tooling
  • I enjoy the JVM and Java Tooling but dislike the Java language

Currently I'm working as a C# Software Developer providing internal enterprise applications

Apr
26
awarded Yearling
Feb
17
awarded Caucus
Feb
17
answered inhertiance: How can I make an array of different classes, with the same function, that do different things in C++?
Feb
12
awarded Necromancer
Jan
22
awarded Nice Answer
Dec
18
awarded Yearling
Dec
18
awarded Nice Answer
Nov
21
answered How can I create a type based lookup table in order to implement multiple-dispatch in C++?
Nov
21
revised How can I create a type based lookup table in order to implement multiple-dispatch in C++?
Removed awful indentation style
Nov
21
revised Getting data from two different arrays for the same index
Added note warning against raw pointers
Nov
21
revised C++ 2d array add method help for building a 2d matrix to add and other mathematical objects
Fixed invalid array syntax
Nov
17
awarded Teacher
Nov
15
awarded Editor
Nov
15
revised Merge two sorted arrays together
Added std::merge example
Nov
15
awarded Supporter
Nov
15
answered Merge two sorted arrays together
Nov
5
awarded Yearling
Oct
21
comment Reversing the elements of an array
If you're stuck with C-style arrays but can still use the STL and have access to C++11 then you can use std::begin(array) and std::end(array) to use STL algorithms on C-style arrays.
Oct
21
answered Recipe to nutrition converter
Aug
27
revised How to iterate through a list of numbers in c++
Fixed grammar: Practise -> Practice
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