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Posted: 4 Nov 2010   Updated: 4 Nov 2010   Views: 196,573   Rating: 4.80/5    Votes: 34   Popularity: 7.35
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 53   Downloaded: 0
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A Young Person's Guide to Development Methodologies
Programming Languages
Posted: 29 Mar 2012   Updated: 30 Mar 2012   Views: 82,234   Rating: 4.87/5    Votes: 77   Popularity: 9.10
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 71   Downloaded: 0
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There are quite a few fallacies kicking around about how to write good code. This article is an attempt to dispel some of them.
Posted: 20 Jul 2004   Updated: 20 Jul 2004   Views: 141,460   Rating: 4.65/5    Votes: 21   Popularity: 5.84
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 27   Downloaded: 2
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How to use overflow checking effectively and avoid some pitfalls.
Posted: 16 Dec 2011   Updated: 17 Oct 2012   Views: 421,467   Rating: 4.96/5    Votes: 135   Popularity: 10.51
Licence: The MIT License      Bookmarked: 312   Downloaded: 20,715
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Open-source hex editor with powerful binary templates

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Andrew Phillips
Australia Australia
Andrew has a BSc (1983) from Sydney University in Computer Science and Mathematics. Andrew began programming professionally in C in 1984 and has since used many languages but mainly C, C++, and C#.

Andrew has a particular interest in STL, .Net, and Agile Development. He has written articles on STL for technical journals such as the C/C++ User's Journal.

In 1997 Andrew began using MFC and released the source code for a Windows binary file editor called HexEdit, which was downloaded more than 1 million times. From 2001 there was a shareware version of HexEdit (later called HexEdit Pro). HexEdit has been updated to uses the new MFC (based on BCG) and is once more open source.