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From Slashdot: Does being a loyal developer pay? [closed]

I saw this question posted on Slashdot and thought it would make a great question here on Programmers.SE. It's not my question, nor my situation. Here goes: "As a senior developer for a small ...
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If I finish one project, should I wait until the next day to start another one or begin right away? [closed]

There are some days where I feel like I get a lot done. I've finished deploying my most recent project and cleared everything from my TODO list, and still have some time left in my day. I DO have a ...
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Is it more difficult to maintain moral ethics in IT industry..? [closed]

is it more difficult to maintain moral ethics in IT industry? or it is just that this industry has its own code of conduct?. I have another profile with karmas close to a thousand. This posting is ...
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When should a junior not be helping a senior?

What do you do when the person you’re helping is your senior, do you continue to help them? I've seen this happen at a previous job. A senior developer lost touch and was having trouble with the ...
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How do I convince my boss that it's OK to use an application to access an outside website?

That is, if you agree that it's OK. We have a need to maintain an accurate internal record of bank routing numbers, and my boss wants me to set up a process where once a week someone goes to the ...
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Does your company donate financially to open source projects? Why not?

Does your company donate financially to open source projects? My company doesn't. We use open source operating systems, tools, libraries, IDEs, application servers, databases, websites (Wikipedia) ...