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comment New grad with my first programming job lined up: What is the advice you wish you had at this stage?
@mcfinnigan - Well... you shoulda learned to play the guitar, you shoulda learned, to play them drums...
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comment How can a programmer keep up with the hardware world?
I use reddit for a high level overview of various interests. reddit.com/r/technology
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comment How can one find out if open-source code was used in a commercial product?
What alarm would there be to sound? There's nothing in the GPL that stops Microsoft from releasing their own Linux distro called Windows 9. They just need to follow the GPL.
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comment Career change question: going from systems analyst to embedded systems development
ganssle.com/startinges.htm
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comment PowerShell guide or reference for .Net Framework?
Technet is another site to bookmark... technet.microsoft.com/en-us/scriptcenter/default
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revised PowerShell guide or reference for .Net Framework?
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answered PowerShell guide or reference for .Net Framework?
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comment How does Ruby, Python, PHP manage without Spring?
Good non-answer!
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comment What are other technologies that are capable of creating Websites with Animation, Load Detailed Images & Cross Browser
processingjs.org
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comment I can't remember programming 5 mins after learning?
Do you have this problem with other subjects? It's possible that you're dealing with a learning disorder of some sort. Not saying that's the case, but it's always a possibility... and if it is the case, "more practice" probably isn't the solution.
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answered Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
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comment Which programming methodology would be a good fit for us?
I think that this goes well with your answer... joelonsoftware.com/articles/DevelopmentAbstraction.html
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comment How do you cope with Java coming from javascript?
CompSci w/Java at Stanford...see.stanford.edu/see/…... CompSci w/Python at MIT...ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/…
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comment How to learn microcontroller programming?
There's a very good pdf tutorial for the Arduino at the bottom of this page: earthshineelectronics.com/10-arduino-starter-kit.html
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comment Interviewing someone for general unix skills
@Christophe - If you're hiring capable *nix programmers, IMO it's fair to assume that they "that they know their way around the command line". If you're hiring capable other-OS developers, IMO it fair to assume that their *nix command lines skills are minimal. Group A doesn't need to be tested, group B gets an automatic fail, so why bother testing them, either? If your criteria for hiring a software developer is based on how well they use the command line, well, I think that your hiring process is flawed. It would be different if shell scripting was the main responsibility of the position.