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comment Techniques for getting off the ground in any language
related: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/76366/…
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comment I am not a good programmer (in logic), how should I fix it?
+1 for Skiena's The Algorithm Design manual
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accepted Should organizations penalize developers for the amount of defect reports filed against code they worked on?
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accepted How to keep a project easy to understand and intutive?
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comment Should organizations penalize developers for the amount of defect reports filed against code they worked on?
Yea I know few teams, where its a common practice and devs try to bribe the QA with free lunches ;)
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asked Should organizations penalize developers for the amount of defect reports filed against code they worked on?
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comment How to keep a project easy to understand and intutive?
I agree, i would do that if it was my personal project, but in a team where new people come and go. its really hard to follow that.
Jun
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comment How to keep a project easy to understand and intutive?
in agile, ever changing design with distributed teams, its really hard to keep matching design with code
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answered How would you assess a programmer's Github profile?
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