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answered How can I demonstrate my productivity to management?
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comment What to do with unfinished stories and tasks in SCRUM sprint?
@BryanOakley Good advice, unless your team is geographically distributed, in which case a physical one is essentially unworkable.
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comment What are these different Java versions for?
There's a Java for smart cards? The mind boggles.
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answered Is it a good idea to use something like the Twitter Bootstrap in production?
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comment Do real-world algorithms that greatly outperform in the class below exist?
@starblue "but do such algorithms exist in the wild?" To me restricts the question to real-world algorithms and examples.
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comment Do real-world algorithms that greatly outperform in the class below exist?
The question wanted specific real world examples of algorithms. This does not have any as it stands.
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comment Programmer Ethics: Can I fork a project from one code host to another?
I didn't say in this case it isn't both legal and ethical; I was speaking of the general case - they way it was phrased to me was implying that if something is legal then it is always ethical.
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comment Programmer Ethics: Can I fork a project from one code host to another?
-1. You've implied that legality is equivalent to ethics. Something can be legal but, arguably, unethical.
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