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Apr
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comment Is constantly looking for code examples a sign of a bad developer?
@prusswan, I am a specialist and there are way more jobs than they can fill in my arena. But how that is relevant to what I am saying in the answer is beyond me. The things I am talking about are possible for all technologies. The problem is people not learning or understanding what they are doing because they fail to retain information, not that some of us use older technologies. It is just as easy to retain knowledge for new technologies as for older ones. And knowledge retained will help you learn the next one and you will develop faster.
Apr
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Feb
10
comment What's the difference between Entry Level/Jr/Sr developers?
@NYCTechEngineer, well stack overflow comes to mind. Also local user groups, blogging, writing articles and books.
Feb
10
comment What's the difference between Entry Level/Jr/Sr developers?
Likely at the advanced beginner, intermediate level, @SamYoungNY depending on the actual quality and functionality of the app. Shipping is only half of what you need. I have seen too many people ship bad products because they don't have to deal with it after the shipping process. (As a data person, I often end up fixing other people's messes.) With an app of course you might have to deal with it if you own the app, but if a company owns it and others do the maintenance then you're experience is less than complete.
Dec
23
revised SQL Triggers and when or when not to use them.
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Dec
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answered How to deal with a bug which seems to have fixed itself?
Oct
12
comment What should come first: testing or code review?
One thing code review often catches that unit testing will never catch is when the dev misinterpreted the requirements. Also things like unhandled exceptions or decision paths that have no code (if he forgot to write the code for what happens when a approval is not approved, then likely he doesn't have a test either!)
Sep
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Aug
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
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revised How to really master MySQL?
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Jul
23
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
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revised What would you add in this Software Development Project Checklist?
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Jun
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May
22
answered How is called the reciprocal operation of the join on two tables
Apr
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Apr
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awarded  Good Answer
Apr
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awarded  sql
Mar
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revised What to do when client have unrealistic expectations?
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Mar
16
revised How old is “too old”?
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Feb
23
revised How do you respond to: “Ever since the update…” questions from clients?
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