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comment How would you advocate not using a shared spreadsheet to track bugs / issues?
It will never work. Whether by accident or malice, sooner or later someone will break the "foolproof" system.
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answered How would you advocate not using a shared spreadsheet to track bugs / issues?
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revised Naming conventions: camelCase versus underscore_case ? what are your thoughts about it?
WTF? iPhone spellchecker replaces "codebase" w/ "Bodensee". !?!
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answered How to program something with the expectation that it will work the first time?
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comment Why develop free, open source programs?
See the top results here, programmers.stackexchange.com/search?q=free, specifically programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/3233/…
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answered Is embedded programming closer to electrical engineering or software development?
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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."
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comment How do you handle supporting Chrome versions?
+1 for the nice graph - where's it from?
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revised What 's the minimal requirement for a code be considered an AI implementation?
Fixed Spelling in title (considerated is not a word)
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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).
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answered How would you evaluate object oriented design skills?