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Jan
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revised Naming conventions: camelCase versus underscore_case ? what are your thoughts about it?
WTF? iPhone spellchecker replaces "codebase" w/ "Bodensee". !?!
Jan
6
answered How to program something with the expectation that it will work the first time?
Dec
31
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
17
answered Naming conventions: camelCase versus underscore_case ? what are your thoughts about it?
Dec
11
awarded  Quorum
Dec
2
comment Why develop free, open source programs?
See the top results here, programmers.stackexchange.com/search?q=free, specifically programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/3233/…
Dec
1
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
30
answered Is embedded programming closer to electrical engineering or software development?
Nov
30
awarded  Civic Duty
Nov
30
comment Software on Budget and on time?
My version of Chad's statement is "It can be done quickly, cheaply, or correctly, pick any two."
Nov
29
comment Techniques and methods to improve and speedup development
I was contemplating voting to close as too broad and too vague. This answer saved the question.
Nov
29
comment How do you handle supporting Chrome versions?
+1 for the nice graph - where's it from?
Nov
24
revised What 's the minimal requirement for a code be considered an AI implementation?
Fixed Spelling in title (considerated is not a word)
Nov
24
comment Object Oriented Programming Concepts and Interviews
I'd say that this only tests your knowledge of OOP as implemented in C#. I know I know enough OOP to put it on my resume, but without knowing C#, I have no idea how public new void X is different from public void X or if dog = new Animal() is valid (I'm guessing not).
Nov
24
answered Do you ever write code with pen and paper, and should we do it more often?
Nov
23
answered How would you evaluate object oriented design skills?
Nov
22
comment Tools to produce & manage specifications/requirements (not ticket trackers)
@Jonny, I used Twiki (like Tim W.). I agree with @edelwater that it is not perfect for managing traceability in a formal way. But it does have change tracking, and the ability to link the requirements pages to the design pages and to the implementation. I used it in almost exactly the use case the OP describes.
Nov
22
comment Tools to produce & manage specifications/requirements (not ticket trackers)
Thanks for the first-hand account
Nov
19
awarded  Guru
Nov
17
comment “Comments are a code smell”
+1 for pointing out that bad comment habits start with early programming classes. -1 for concluding that comments are only a last resort choice.