In my company, before delivery of any project, my boss asks my seniors to review programs written by me or other team members or sometimes boss also sits with us for review. I think it is a good way ...
Looking for well defined explanation that is based on a statistically significant correlation to what "real" world programmers are paid to do as a team and what they are told to learn; not for ...
I have taken my major as computer science and Engineering and I am really confused at this moment. My first course was about learning C and C++ and I learned the basics of those. Now I am really ...
In the book The Pragmatic Programmer, the writers mention the programming by coincidence concept. It explains what it is, why it is caused, what are the dangers you may encounter and it compares with ...
The problem is that I am not that experienced programmer and I am doing silly mistakes on coding. But the even bigger problem is that I may spend unexpectably much time to find them. Lets say I ...
I am talking of stuff related to programming only and not system or network administration. I am about to finish college and get a programming job, so I am interested to know about this. Although ...
A lot of students when they graduate and get their first job, feel like they don't really know how to program even though they may have been good programmers in college. What are some of the ...
This question got me thinking about how comapnies deal with newly-hired graduated. Do experienced programmers expect CS graduates to write clean code (by clean I mean code easily understandable by ...