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comment What are your opinions on “Gamification”?
+1 becaues I agree gamification is necessary and the sites you mentioned use it. However, I do not think that followers on twitter/facebook and connections on LinkedIn are equatable to reputation on SO. Gamification is a subset of game dynamics (gamedev.stackexchange.com/questions/3131/…) which amount to much more than a number associated with your name.
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answered What is the right level of site blocking for you as a developer?
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asked Real-time collaborative text editing (ie gdocs) - is it a viable software development tool?
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answered Why are side-effects considered evil in functional programming?
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revised What are the main components, technologies, and features of the next generation of web applications?
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answered What are the main components, technologies, and features of the next generation of web applications?
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accepted How to sell a high SO reputation at an interview
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comment How to sell a high SO reputation at an interview
True for employers, not necessarily true for investors...
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revised What's a good Programming Metaphor?
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answered What's a good Programming Metaphor?
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comment What's a good Programming Metaphor?
I guess learning a programming language is somewhat analogous to learning a foreign language. However, the act of computer programming is very different from the common act of talking/writing. Computer programming requires at least: precision, innovation, concentration, creativity, organization, persistence, and rigorous logic.