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bio website dandyer.co.uk
location United Kingdom
age 34
visits member for 3 years, 8 months
seen Feb 16 at 13:39

Software developer. Mostly Java, Objective-C and Python with occasional Haskell and, reluctantly, PHP.

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Some stuff I've made/written/done:


Feb
7
revised StackAnywhere - A Stack Exchange client for Android
No longer supported or being updated.
Apr
22
comment StackAnywhere - A Stack Exchange client for Android
@kunguz If you are able to send me the logcat output I will take a look. Mail android at rectangularsoftware dot com.
Apr
3
comment StackAnywhere - A Stack Exchange client for Android
@JeroenWiertPluimers At the moment you can't. In the next version I intend to add this so that you can post comments, but it needs a bit of a rethink as to how the app is structured.
Feb
22
revised StackAnywhere - A Stack Exchange client for Android
added 465 characters in body
Aug
4
awarded  Yearling
Feb
23
answered Pagination of users ordered by reputation
Dec
5
awarded  Good Question
Nov
18
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
5
awarded  Yearling
May
24
awarded  Editor
May
24
revised StackAnywhere - A Stack Exchange client for Android
Android 1.6 support, new ad-free paid version.
May
1
awarded  Nice Question
May
1
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
30
asked StackAnywhere - A Stack Exchange client for Android
Apr
27
comment Stacks for Android
@penguin359 Me too. Mine's almost done. Looks like there's going to be a lot of competition. I haven't downloaded this one yet but the screenshots look good.
Apr
16
awarded  Scholar
Apr
16
accepted API usage “Try It” form for linked questions queries meta.tex.stackexchange instead of Stackoverflow
Apr
13
asked API usage “Try It” form for linked questions queries meta.tex.stackexchange instead of Stackoverflow
Feb
18
comment Retrieving comments received by a user
Thanks, that would probably get most of the comments. However, as far as I am aware, the last activity date of a post is not updated when a comment is posted. So if I posted an answer 2 months ago and somebody posted a comment on it 1 hour ago, I don't think I'd find this comment using the approach you describe.
Feb
18
awarded  Student