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answered How does Python's handling of line-breaks differ from JavaScript's automatic semicolons?
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asked What algorithms would be useful for designing a stock market simulator?
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awarded  Teacher
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comment Convince developer to use IDE
"Lack of willingness to adapt to his environment might also be a concern" -- IMO most of the times management enforces dumb rules which the normal herd mentality people dont mind following where as individuals with critical thinking will question it. Management dont like people who question their choices so they might raise red flags claiming Jhon is not cooperative.
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comment Convince developer to use IDE
Unless you measure his productivity through some method and compare it with others (using the same method) I think it is a Dilbert like mistake to call that programmer unproductive. Because the expectations were higher he was given difficult tasks let us say. Also we need to figure out what that "some text editor" is. If it is windows notepad yes may be you can blame him, but if it is vi or emacs it might be the other way round.
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answered What justifies the use of an IDE versus a standard editor?
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accepted Should I invest time learning Coffeescript?
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comment Should I invest time learning Coffeescript?
Yes, But how helpful is it when I have to write code using YUI or JQuery ?
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asked Should I invest time learning Coffeescript?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Is it good idea to write variable names that match application specific terms?
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comment Is it good idea to write variable names that match application specific terms?
Either add constructive comments or just don't.
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asked Is it good idea to write variable names that match application specific terms?