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Feb
25
asked Card deck and sparse matrix interview questions
Feb
6
answered At what point would you drop some of your principles of software development for the sake of more money?
Feb
6
comment At what point does “constructive” criticism of your code become unhelpful?
It's true that standards should be respected. However she clearly demonstrates that it's not really a standard (previous developers didn't adhere to it). Hence her coworkers imposing the "standard" on her (without saying something like "hey look... we know it seems inconsistent but we're really trying to improve our code base") is hypocritical and unhelpful. When coworkers act like this you need to take a different, smarter approach.
Feb
6
comment At what point does “constructive” criticism of your code become unhelpful?
Trying to follow some "standard" to the "T" when one is dealing with dorks like she describes won't do much good. It'll be an endless argument over definitions and semantics.
Feb
6
answered At what point does “constructive” criticism of your code become unhelpful?
Feb
6
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Sep
18
awarded  Teacher
Sep
13
awarded  Critic
Sep
11
answered What are the warning signs of impending doom to watch out for on a project?
Sep
10
awarded  Supporter
Sep
26
answered What should every programmer know?