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answered Do speakers get paid for tech talks?
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answered What's the career path for a developer who doesn't like management?
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comment When deciding on whether or not to work for a new company, what are your dealbreakers?
Are you serious? I'm paid to get things done - not to be in the office during specified hours. Fortunately, I have an employer (and team, manager, etc.) that gets that. It's possible for me to be in the office from 8am to 8pm every day and do nothing (and hopefully get fired for it); if I don't show up at all - or choose my own flexible hours, but get my work done, that's all that matters.
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answered How to reduce the number of bugs when coding?
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answered When deciding on whether or not to work for a new company, what are your dealbreakers?
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answered Any advice from self-taught programmers on competing with more conventional types?
Sep
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comment Are you able to close your eyes and focus/think just on your code?
I realize now that I didn't answer the question - instead I answered what I do /instead/ of closing my eyes and thinking. Hope it's helpful anyway.
Sep
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answered Are you able to close your eyes and focus/think just on your code?
Sep
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revised How do you deal with people who ask you to fix their computer?
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comment What to do when all solutions are equally bad?
very well put +1
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answered How do you decide what to work on in your own time?
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answered What does Software Engineer in Test do?
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answered How do I evaluate if writing a book, article, or presenting at conference is worth it?
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comment If you could only have one programming related book on your bookshelf what would it be and why?
+1 - my second favorite programming book behind Code Complete (and honestly, sometimes, it's first)