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Programmer, Tech Geek, and founder of ProgrammerDay.info


Jul
13
revised How do I find young developers to mentor?
tricky mods switcharoo'd the question on me
Jul
12
answered How do I find young developers to mentor?
Jul
12
answered How to save a young and dying project?
Jul
12
awarded  Quorum
Jul
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
12
comment What do you feel is the best way to increase colleagues knowledge?
It's also much harder if you are an existing employee versus coming in new. The new guy is not going to have people constantly interrupting them while they try to focus on learning.
Jul
12
revised What problem does automated user interface testing solve?
needed a ?
Jul
12
answered What do you feel is the best way to increase colleagues knowledge?
Jul
11
awarded  Deputy
Jul
11
comment How do you handle bug tracking in a manner friendly to programmers and non-technical staff?
How about a title edit to something like: How do you handle bug tracking in a manner friendly to programmers and non-technical staff?
Jul
11
comment How to train yourself to avoid writing “clever” code?
@deadalnix: Not a bad point. I suspect my % would be higher than most because I usually code in an otherwise dead and heavily macro'd assembly language. Harder to read and every new hire has to learn the langague, more commenting is required as a result.
Jul
11
answered How to train yourself to avoid writing “clever” code?
Jul
8
revised Where should the description about branches in a VCS be stored?
title work
Jul
8
suggested suggested edit on Where should the description about branches in a VCS be stored?
Jul
8
comment Are first person comments distracting and unprofessional?
I think I'm going to start commenting all the bug fixes I work on in third person omniscient, should make me popular around the office..."Little did John know that his poorly crafted addition would always skip this code, leaving users perplexed by the perpetually empty display field..."
Jul
8
comment Are first person comments distracting and unprofessional?
I didn't downvote you but I could guess that they didn't like the title question as answers to it could easily be short, chatty, and overly given to unbacked opinion. Rewording that to be more like your final question might help.
Jul
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
8
answered How long can it take for a screen to appear before it's considered a performance issue?
Jul
7
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
7
revised How do I demonstrate what I've learned outside of the workplace?
...meant to talk about implementation some