I'm relatively new to Java programming. I'd like to learn some design patterns to use in my code, in order to extends my abilities and knowledge. EDIT (to try and make my question more specific): I ...
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So every time I get an interview, I get simple problems. The problem is, I seem to make a mess of it by writing inefficient algorithms that either take too much space or time. I am really not able to ...
My brother is just starting out college. He's studying the same thing I am here in Bolivia; Systems Engineer which is the equivalent of what a CS degree is in the US. Being his big brother and a ...
I've been dabbling with c++/SDL and I'm quite keen on learning OpenGL. So my question being - what are some good introductory books/guides to OpenGl?. I know about NEHE but I would prefer to stay ...
Which 3 technical books would you recommend all fresh-out-of-uni junior developers to read? [closed]
Say you, a senior developer, get a junior developer straight out of uni or college to care under your wings. He/she is the typical freshly minted programmer: knows at least one mainstream language ...
Recently, I've started playing with Mercurial. So far I was using Git, and although I don't have any objections to it, I was pleasantly suprised with Mercurial's, so to say, simplicity on Windows ...