Whenever I ask a question about game development in an online forum I always get suggestions like learning line drawing algorithms, bit level image manipulation and video decompression etc. However ...
A study shows that lines_written/time is language-independent for most programmers. Where can it be found?
A study shows that lines_written/time is language-independent and application-independent for most programmers. If this were true it would imply that the most terse a language is, the more productive ...
Are there any serious studies on how well an experienced programmer who knows language X can understand code written by a competent programmer using language Y, for a good range of widely used ...
I'm not sure if I'm using the right terms, but with productivity I mean the concept of transforming an idea/design in actual software.
Possible Duplicate: How do you dive into large code bases? When you join a pre-existing project that has a large code base, what are some of the things you do to get acclimatized quickly ...
I was reading Paul Graham's essay - Beating The Averages (2003) and here's what he had to say: The more of an IT flavor the job descriptions had, the less dangerous the company was. The safest ...
I'm currently toying with the idea of embarking on a project that far exceeds my current programming ability in a language I have very little real world experience in (C). Would it be valuable to ...
Years back I did a lot of programming in Delphi (mostly scientific). For the last few years I have been doing development work based on web technologies. I need to turn a couple of applications ...
There's a widespread belief among programmers that the more dynamic and loosely typed the language, the more productive the programmer will be in it. Guido van Rossum wrote about programming ...
How many programming languages do you work with on a daily basis and how do you effectively manage language specific tasks [closed]
Edit: How do you manage individual tasks when working on multiple languages In day to day task handling, how many different programming languages do you work with? Do you make a mental shift when ...
My company has been using Java (as a language and a platform) for many years. We have lots of products varying greatly in size, purpose and complexity. Whatever the requirements, the answer is always ...
Over on SO I came across a question regarding which platform, Java or Python is best for developing on Google AppEngine. Many people were boasting of the increased productivity gained from using ...
I'm a front and backend .NET web developer (most solutions use MS SQL Server) and I won't be using any non-MS solutions for a while. Will Perl be useful for situations that require scripting in an MS ...
I am a trainee in development sector. My Boss says that i should be an agile programmer. I went through through the net and found some interesting things about agile programming. Being a newbee how ...