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I'm a software developer using mostly C++ in an industrial environment with linux operating systems.

My language résumé:

Professional Experience

  • 2014- : avr-gcc, C++11

  • 2006- : C++, C, lua, SQL

  • 2005-2006: C, C++, java, SQL

University studies

  • 2000-2005: C, C++, java, delphi, pascal, lisp, SQL, ASP

Alone in the wilderness

  • 1989-2000: LOGO, Locomotive-Basic, GW-BASIC, Q-BASIC, HTML

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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Please explain this joke about two nuns in a bath
Yes, the tradition with nun jokes is that they are alone, all women with no men and pass they time to find ways to "pleasure themselves".
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Origin of “good'o”
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awarded  Student
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revised Origin of “bug” in reference to software
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asked Origin of “good'o”
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comment Origin of “bug” in reference to software
this is some good research efforts
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comment Origin of “bug” in reference to software
How can we be sure? Does her story had much impact when people ignored what the term "bug" meant?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Origin of “bug” in reference to software
What I meant is chances are this incident had no impact in the popularization of the usage of "bug" in softwares
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revised Origin of “bug” in reference to software
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comment Origin of “bug” in reference to software
The question is about the origin of the word "bug" in software. The thing is, the term was already used, as the note reads: "first actual case".
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revised Origin of “bug” in reference to software
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awarded  Teacher
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comment Origin of “bug” in reference to software
You all realize that it is entirely false?
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answered Origin of “bug” in reference to software
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comment Origin of “bug” in reference to software
yeah, but it seemed that the terms existed before. Apparently there is a reference to "debugging" in the oxford dictionary in the aviation engine testing field in 1945 and bug was used well before. The notebook moth is a joke, as the term was used before. As the note say, "first actual case".