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Nov
16
comment Is what someone publishes on the Internet fair game when considering them for employment as a programmer?
@Rox: Have you got to someone's Myspace page through reading company literature? If you got there by taking someone's name from a company website and Googling them, then you Google stalked them. But if you're correct, that Google stalking is prevalent, then the risk is quite high and so the Myspace page should be taken into account.
Nov
16
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Nov
16
answered Is what someone publishes on the Internet fair game when considering them for employment as a programmer?
Nov
11
answered Starting as a developer what are the possible career steps?
Nov
10
comment How do you explain refactoring to a non-technical person?
I was going to post some analogy with a garage or shed, but this is better.
Nov
9
comment How many types of programming languages are there?
2: the type that does what you want and the type that doesn't
Nov
2
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
26
comment Which comments instantly ring alarm bells when a programmer says them?
Damn right I shouldn't need to understand the DB structure. That's the DB admin's job. If the admin's made the structure so obscure that it's function is not apparent, I'm gonna be hacked off.
Oct
22
comment Pronunciation in programming?
@christopher Creutzig: Might / be backslash in a rtl language? I've tried to get myself to think right slash for / and left slash for ``, but I can't make it stick.
Oct
22
awarded  Civic Duty
Oct
22
comment Pronunciation in programming?
I pronounce etc et cetera. Maybe I'm an odd one out.
Oct
20
comment Is a programmer supposed to be self-sufficient?
Ah, the good old "users as testers" scenario. I knew it well.
Oct
19
comment I'm working on a PaaS similar to Heroku or Google App Engine, and was curious which pricing structure users prefer. Ideas?
I prefer the structure where I pay nothing, ever ;)
Oct
19
comment Intellectual Property cost
+1 for higher cost of IP over source code. get the customer to sign a license agreement saying what they can and can't do with your code, so as to protect your IP.
Oct
15
comment Is having your own website important?
That's what I have a 'blog for :D
Oct
15
comment Is having your own website important?
+1 for both. that's why I have a site
Oct
11
comment What naming conventions do you use for php classes?
I think that is overkill. Appending class to a file in a directory called classes seems too redundant
Oct
11
awarded  Critic
Oct
11
comment What's your favourite quote about programming?
Some people when confronted with a problem don't think, they just post on StackOverflow