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.NET, C#, C++, Python/Django, Java/Android, ObjC/IoS, etc.


Jun
12
comment Is my work on a developer test being taken advantage of?
You need to name and shame this outfit. For the sake of everyone.
Jun
28
answered Pair programming business logic with a non-IT person
Jan
14
awarded  Scholar
Jan
12
awarded  Yearling
Mar
1
awarded  Yearling
Dec
22
comment Hiring programmers for small companies?
You could pay him with equity. That might entice the right type of person.
Nov
16
comment What's the benefit of object-oriented programming over procedural programming?
Great answer, seems to hit the appropriate level given the question
Sep
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
5
answered Clean readable code vs fast hard to read code. When to cross the line?
Jul
5
awarded  Critic
Feb
15
awarded  Good Question
Feb
15
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
15
awarded  Commentator
Feb
15
awarded  Student
Feb
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
4
comment Dealing with engineers that frequently leave their jobs
Of course management might have decided it's in their interest to put out a mediocre product, and offer crappy conditions
Jan
31
comment How to be a zero-bug programmer?
Don't forget the moving goalposts. A feature in your PerfectProgram 1.0 can be a bug in 2.0
Jan
14
comment What kind of innovative non-cash financial benefits do I offer to my developers to retain them along with a competitive salary?
LOL. Ever seen that movie, Swordfish? :)
Jan
12
comment Should software engineers also act as tech support?
By tech support, do you mean supporting the specific apps they're developing, or general "system admin" kind of stuff? I can tell you it's annoying working in a little firm and having people bug you to install Excel.
Jan
12
awarded  Supporter