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awarded  Cleanup
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answered Tips for working at home?
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awarded  Nice Question
Jan
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comment What arguments are there against easter eggs? Are there any arguments to even support easter eggs?
"Having an Easter Egg in an application shouldn't have a detrimental impact on performance. It will only be executed if found so there's no runtime penalty." Really? If its triggered by a CTRL-FU as the OP states then aren't your trapping every key stroke?
Jan
23
comment What arguments are there against easter eggs? Are there any arguments to even support easter eggs?
@ChrisF wow if my question programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/38810/… gets the "real question" response and your telling me this doesn't then I really am quite confused as to the purpose of this site.
Jan
23
comment What arguments are there against easter eggs? Are there any arguments to even support easter eggs?
This is prime for a classic @Mark Trapp "we're here to solve real problems you might be facing."
Jan
22
comment Can there be too much uniformity in coding standards?
@Robert Harvey Thanks, I believe you improved it.
Jan
22
accepted Can there be too much uniformity in coding standards?
Jan
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
21
comment Can there be too much uniformity in coding standards?
@Mark Trapp as for pusing other questions off the front page there is exactly one question on the front page with more up votes.
Jan
21
comment Can there be too much uniformity in coding standards?
@Mark Trapp I've already stated criteria for an acceptable answer and yes as I've said this is an actual problem and quite frankly from the interest in the question and the answers I would say others agree.
Jan
21
comment Can there be too much uniformity in coding standards?
@Mark Trapp according to the FAQ these are the criteria for a question All subjective questions are expected to be constructive. How do we define that? Constructive subjective questions … 1. inspire answers that explain “why” and “how”. 2. tend to have long, not short, answers. 3. have a constructive, fair, and impartial tone. 4. invite sharing experiences over opinions. 5. insist that opinion be backed up with facts and references. 6. are more than just mindless social fun. I believe my question covers the first 4 at the very least
Jan
21
comment Can there be too much uniformity in coding standards?
@Mark Trapp the criteria is specifying value that I'm not seeing, which many of the answers have provided.
Jan
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comment Can there be too much uniformity in coding standards?
@Mark Trapp my problem is the rigidity creeping into my environment my question is, is there value there that I'm not recognizing. Both already stated above.
Jan
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asked Can there be too much uniformity in coding standards?
Jan
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comment Does taking a series of contracts hurt your career?
Totally agree that is a great way to acquire experience
Jan
21
answered Does taking a series of contracts hurt your career?
Jan
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answered Contractor vs Consultant
Jan
21
revised Why does everybody hate SharePoint?
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Jan
21
answered Why does everybody hate SharePoint?