I've been working in multiteam groups for as long as I've been a web developer, and in my experience, a team can be a lonely soldier or several people; generally a company will have multiple teams ...
I'm a novice programmer. I study languages such as C, C++, Python and Java (mainly focusing on C++). I'm what you'd call "young and inexperienced" and I admit that because I can't claim otherwise. ...
I'm looking for software to organize and maintain projects internal documentation, specification, requirements, etc. Currently we store all documentation as lots of MS Word DOC files in a source ...
I am looking for a software platform/programming framework which can do the following: INPUT: a user inputs some text PROCESS/REFERENCE DATA: the user is then asked to answer a list some questions ...
I'm founder of a web-site called Now.in. I wrote all programs by my-self at first. And we are going to run a start-up company. More people will soon get involved. Some know-how/overviews only exist in ...
Last year, me and three good old friends of mine founded a small web/mobile development team. Things are going pretty well. We're learning a lot, and new people are joining the group. Keeping ...
We must have all come across them - developers that have been around for ages and have a fantastic domain knowledge and yet they fail to share that knowledge with their team. The team desperately ...
I am interested in the architecture, methods and software used by your company to capture and store knowledge. Is the information easily searchable (especially by non-techies) ? Is it stored in a ...
I'm not sure if it's just me or if this is common in our field. The past year has been a bit intense for me. I've been learning a few different technologies to get some tasks done and sometimes I've ...
As programmers we have a lot of inputs: Ebooks Code snippets Interesting emails Documents Web articles Blog posts StackOverflow questions Podcasts ... Which tools do you use to store, ...
I am searching for the best way to get people involved internally at a company. This company has tons of knowledge (from C#, Ruby, Mobile Dev, Windows Linux, Java, everything), with the problem being ...