I'm starting now using Textmate. How can i be more productive with textmate for Web (rails, php, js, html, css) and Software (java)? Are there some productivity tips? I guess it interesting that more ...
I'm continually becoming overwhelmed by large projects, once they reach a certain level of complexity. Once I reach a certain point in a project, my progress slows to a crawl and I find myself ...
I've been programming in Java for quite some time and I always find myself doing very little "planning" (I haven't worked on anything HUGE yet, but im no stranger to big projects) and develop ideas ...
I got a quite huge JS library whose details I need to be able to understand. Unfortunately, I am quite new to Js development since I am coming from Flash and Flex. It is very hard for me to orient ...
Code reading is an important part of a programmer's life because we usually work in groups and have to maintain, complete or contribute to the other developer's codes. From that point of view, code ...
I have been programming for around 3-4 years now (completed my degree in CS where we were taught the Java programming language). Now my question is: Do many people find it a difficult task ...
Serious question here. I love programming. I've been messing around with code since I was a kid. I never went the professional route, but I have coded several in-house apps for various employers, ...
I found myself in a pickle after writing some specs for freelance programmers that I hire. It seems that I'm missing some basic structure and I'm not placing the points in clear enough view for the ...
As developers how much time, or do you spend time, In learning the hidden features tricks of your operating system ? How important do you feel is this for productivity in day to day programming? ...
The question may seem strange at first glance ... And I may be alone in this situation. But currently I want to improve my skill through learning new framework. however, do a simple "HelloWorld" ...
What are the important methods, ways, tools have you learnt that make a big difference in your work or life? 1. software, 2. lemmas of math, 3. clean ways of maintain and tracing documents, or 4. ...
I see that most of the good programmers have the habit of reading big books for learning about technology. What does it really take to read technical books, apart from the real interest on the ...
We use Clearcase at our office, and based on my admittedly light knowledge of clearcase, it just seems like a really bloated source control tool. I know from hearing friends talk about Clearcase that ...