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I have been developing for .NET for almost 10 years. I still ask questions every single day. I still read every single day. I still question my assumptions and seek out better solutions every single day. Searching out proven solutions is better than working things through and reinventing the wheel. There is already too much of that going on in software ...


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There are many reasons, some of them are good some aren't: Technical interview is a difficult and heuristic process for both participants. Sometimes it is just plain difficult to come with really interesting and original questions(the same is true for answers). Sometimes we just have some deeply ingrained prejudices about what should be and what should ...


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I think you got the definition of a help vampire wrong. A help vampire make people work for them. Reading a solution online does not consume anyone's time. It is just a way to use an available resource. Knowing when to ask a team member for basic help when no documentation is available is something harder to balance. When working on something you don't ...


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Learn the terminology I find that this problem can be narrowed down to knowing the right computer vernacular. (Computer terminology) This can only be worked on through time. Sometimes you get a problem that occurs and you want to search for it but you don't know what it is called. So you do one google search, two, three, four, usually around the 7th or ...



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