14
votes
10answers
5k views

Is it possible to measure if someone is a 'good' programmer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How Can I Know Whether I Am a Good Programmer? There are a number of questions here about recognising or considering someone as a good/bad programmer. These are all ...
12
votes
4answers
4k views

How to measure his own skill in a programming language? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How Can I Know Whether I Am a Good Programmer? As many programmers I have worked in several languages. While of course there are some that I am more at ease than other, ...
9
votes
7answers
3k views

How do I know when my development skills are good enough for a real job? [duplicate]

I've been studying computer science on my own for a few years, but I don't personally know anyone who programs. I was wondering how you know when you're ready to start looking for a job? Does lack of ...
0
votes
10answers
827 views

What are the guidelines and opinions to become a Good Programmer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How Can I Know Whether I Am a Good Programmer? How to learn PHP effectively? I have a doubt about myself. I think I am not good enough in programming. I was really ...
0
votes
3answers
2k views

How can I tell bad code from good code? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How Can I Know Whether I Am a Good Programmer? I was looking at some posts on language execution speeds (e.g. whether one Language was faster then another or vice ...
10
votes
8answers
1k views

Will high reputation on Programmers help to get a good job? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Will high reputation in Stack Overflow help to get a good job? In reference to this question, do you think that having a high reputation on this site will help to get a ...
6
votes
8answers
503 views

Should interviews for programming positions be CS knowledge focused or behavioral focused? [closed]

It appears that many interview related questions on this site are focused on testing traditional CS knowledge, such as: Algorithms Data structures Programming language/environments Obviously the ...