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Jaap Boender

Given this implementation of a binary tree:

132 answers
53 good - 79 bad
Peter Mullens
Firmware Engineer at Camco Technologies

What can be said about this code:

if(a = b)
50 answers
31 good - 19 bad
Maud Chiva Rampazzo
Associate - CTO at SoftFluent

What type(s) of object can be stored in a BlobStorage storage account ?

113 answers
17 good - 96 bad
Öykü Isik
Professor of Information Systems Management at Vlerick Business School
Business Intelligence

“Categorization of customers by their product preferences” is an example of;

73 answers
18 good - 55 bad
Maxim Salnikov
Azure Developer Technical Lead at Microsoft

What is the correct way to serve and test an app with Angular Service Worker?

529 answers
151 good - 378 bad
Philippe Baecke
Professor of Marketing & Data Analytics at Vlerick Business School
Big Data analytics

For which type of analytics are tools such as Tableau, Qlik, Power BI, etc., most useful?

294 answers
188 good - 106 bad
Daniel Penninck
Co-Founder & advisor at

Assuming that the code bellow compile. What will be the console output ?

452 answers
202 good - 250 bad
Stéphane Goudeau
Cloud Architect at Microsoft

Which of the following items is not known to upload a block blob on Azure Storage ?

132 answers
43 good - 89 bad
Sylvain Le Gouellec
Expert Technique Junior .NET at CGI
.NET Core

En suivant les préceptes de la programmation réactive et en utilisant les avancées de .NET Core...

675 answers
455 good - 220 bad
José San Román
VP of Engineering at ING Bank Spain

What are the differences between a HashMap and a Hashtable?

494 answers
194 good - 300 bad
Louis J. Mercken
Chairman of the Challenge Jury, Co-Founder Threon, Currently Senior Advisor to the Threon CEO & Board of Directors at Threon
Project Management

What does "cost of quality" mean?

112 answers
32 good - 80 bad
Eric Vernié
Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft

If you want to avoid to marshal the continuation back to the original context, which following...

113 answers
60 good - 53 bad
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM

On dispose de deux types de machines qui permettent de générer du texte.

468 answers
50 good - 418 bad
Louis J. Mercken
Chairman of the Challenge Jury, Co-Founder Threon, Currently Senior Advisor to the Threon CEO & Board of Directors at Threon
Project Management

You've been assigned to take over managing a project that should be half-complete according to...

70 answers
25 good - 45 bad
Sandro Mancuso
Author, International Speaker, Founder of the London Software Craftsmanship Community, Software Craftsman & Managing Director at Codurance

When comparing two objects, what is the difference between using "==" and ".equals()"?

181 answers
112 good - 69 bad
Patrick De Geynst
Chief Intelligence Officer at Satellit

Blazor (client and server-side)

248 answers
224 good - 24 bad
Mani Sarkar
Software Craftsman, Java/JVM Developer, Conf speaker, Blogger, various dev. comm. & conf, infra/containers/virtual tech & Steering Committee M at DevoxxUK

Given the below block of code, how will you re-write it in using Java 8 Lambdas:

798 answers
275 good - 523 bad
Jens Bendisposto
Senior Consultant at INNOQ

The Metaobject Protocol in Groovy ...

657 answers
616 good - 41 bad
Adrien Clerbois
Freelance at AClerbois
.NET Core

In which case.NET Core is better suited than.NET Framework?

980 answers
336 good - 644 bad
Pierre Bettens
IT Teacher - Maitre-Assistant at ESI

This code:

513 answers
186 good - 327 bad
Gilles Flisch
Microsoft Tailor Made Development Manager at Elia

Xamarin.Essentials is a library to ease cross platform development.

985 answers
315 good - 670 bad
Hélène de Ribaupierre
Lecturer Computer Science and Informatics at Cardiff university

What will be the output of this code:

229 answers
75 good - 154 bad
Thanh-Diane Nguyen
Teaching Assistant at Louvain School of Management
Business Analyst

Laura is the business analyst for her organization.

160 answers
77 good - 83 bad
Dennis Jaamann
Freelance Frontend Architect & Founder at JsBe

In Angular, we use custom decorators on a daily basis.

529 answers
102 good - 427 bad
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons

Suppose that you have the following sizes for primitive types:

617 answers
399 good - 218 bad
Thomas Soumagne
Head of IT Development at Gambit Financial Solutions

When you run this code, you discover that the encrypted message is not decrypted correctly.

83 answers
28 good - 55 bad
Peter De Prins
Professor of Change & Leadership at Vlerick Business School
Operationalizing Big Data

The most preferred solution for handling large volumes of semi-structured and unstructured data...

398 answers
140 good - 258 bad
Jean-François Henrard
Senior Analyst Developer at Groupe Open Belgium

In Java 8, the value of 'a' variable is …

264 answers
96 good - 168 bad
Maud Chiva Rampazzo
Associate - CTO at SoftFluent

What is the result of the Task returned by a call to Task.FromException(someException)

118 answers
47 good - 71 bad
Sebastian Rudolph
Professor for Computational Logic at TU Dresden
Logic & Computation

The satisfiability problem of first-order predicate logic is

515 answers
185 good - 330 bad