I am kinda disappointed with stackoverflow. It has given me better look on IT business from inside and few good coding practices but has taken too much time and effort, which I could use better to improve myself.
Since now I use SO as a dictionary to faster look things up. If I find some interesting question during this process I'll definitely answer it (if I know the answer, of course).
I will downvote any question containing any variation of phrase: doesn't work without explanations because the actual question in these questions is: I can't debug. Here is my code. (well, if we are lucky but mostly even code is missing) Can you debug it? I have only one answer to this: No, I've got my own projects to debug. Work on your debugging skills.
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