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13.11.2014 is the day I lost any interest in C++'s future. Because it has none.

Dear Stack Exchange,

Please stop breaking the close reasons.

Sincerely, all Stack Exchange users.

Also please stop being fucking dumb about Lounge. kthxbye

CS student at Wrocław University of Technology working at Nokia Networks, programming enthusiast and someone interested in reinventing the wheel the hard way - hence all the projects at my Github page.

When it comes to programming itself, I know a bit of C++, PHP (the most sucking language to work with, but I can't stand anything else in Web development; that's probably the reason of constant WIP state of my homepage), a bit of Python for simple scripts, and bits of some other languages.

I am slowly gaining some professional experience at Nokia Networks, and I do have this amazingly unique first hand experience with people learning programming and C++, as a CS student, and I can see how much pain the high horsing and teaching the language the wrong way causes on a daily basis.


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comment Are “broken” planets possible in the real world?
Well, the "craters" on Peragus or Lola Sayu are far, far, far bigger than biggest known impact craters in Solar System ;D In case of Lola Sayu, the "crater" was bigger than in case of Peragus, so, let me ask a bit more specific question: would it be possible for Lola Sayu ("photo" in link in OP) to stay as single object and retain it's cracked shape, without being far too unstable to even get close to it?
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