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May
31
comment Why is no C++ interview complete if it does not have vtable questions?
What makes a good developer is the will to learn and understand things. If you can't get past a job interview without "cheating" are you really a good fit for the job ?
Feb
8
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Feb
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Jan
16
comment How to convince my boss to improve code quality?
+1: Find an ally (or several) at all costs. If you can convince them by your own, they won't likely embrace the change when it will be ordered by your boss in your name.
Jan
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Jul
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comment How to suggest changes as a recently-hired employee?
@Anon, in the country I live in, we have the most protective laws for employees. It is really hard to fire someone, even when he does something wrong. If you loose confidential data on a laptop that was given to you, it is still very unlikely that you get fired. Can seem weird, but that explains also why so much people don't care about doing their job well...
Apr
1
comment How to suggest changes as a recently-hired employee?
Thank you very much. You couldn't have described what I feel more accurately ;) I'll do my best but that will be hard, I am a very maniac person.
Mar
31
comment How to suggest changes as a recently-hired employee?
At our level, money is not something to take into consideration. We are even told NOT to look the prices. I'll replace that with "the time-gain argument". ;)
Mar
31
comment How to suggest changes as a recently-hired employee?
If I change now, what am I'm going to say on my next interview ? "I quit because they lived back in the 60's" => I will probably make me look as someone who gives up before even trying. Maybe I will quit in the future, but think I must at least try for some time.
Mar
31
asked How to suggest changes as a recently-hired employee?