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Jamie I.


Minneapolis, MN
Hometown: New Hope

Member since:

September 19, 2012

Would you describe the work you do more as engineering, craft, science, or art?

I would say that my engineering is part art and part science (your options are semi-redundant).

Do you have any suggestions for software topics you would like to discuss with this group?

I'm an avid Python programmer so I would like to see/share information on Python, cross-platform Python, and Python web apps (I have experience in all of the above).

What do you see as the most exciting or interesting trend in software? Why?

IDEs make programming easy but produce shitty and bloated code. I find it interesting but not exciting; what happened to learning your hardware and knowing a number of logic techniques to accomplish a goal? What happened to the old days?


A long time geek with a hand in programming, reverse engineering, and physics.

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