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bio website htbaa.com
location Netherlands
age 26
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seen Nov 10 '13 at 19:14

I'm a programmer. Simple as that.


Feb
23
awarded  Teacher
Feb
23
answered Moving all UI logic to Client Side?
Feb
22
comment Does the programming language or database you use have any effect on the selling of your site?
On auction? You mean as in selling a product through some sort of online (bidding?) systems, much like you have for web/layout designers can with their designs?
Feb
22
comment Why write clean, refactored code?
How does not having unit tests help the quality of code? I guess point 3 covers the requirement of having tests. Else, what other way is there to determine that the code is indeed correct?
Feb
22
comment What tools or way to start a web project
@canardman your question is hard to follow because of your bad English. Could you re-read your question and try to correct your grammar?
Feb
22
comment What tools or way to start a web project
@Gaurav Yes, that's hard to say.
Feb
22
awarded  Commentator
Feb
22
comment What tools or way to start a web project
@Gaurav: I say go for it?
Feb
22
comment Why write clean, refactored code?
You don't teach your students to write tests?
Feb
16
comment Dealing with inflexible programmers
I guess you're right Stephen C
Feb
15
comment Dealing with inflexible programmers
Credit should be given where credit is due. The senior guy could still take the lead on the implementation of the system but should still give credit to the one that gave the suggestion and worked out most details of the implementation. It's only fair.
Feb
10
comment Coming from QA, how can one land that first development job?
+1 for "Technical Secretaries" :-)
Feb
3
awarded  Editor
Jan
28
comment Is it normal for programmer to work on multiple projects simultaneously
Indeed, force your boss to tell you what's important. Communication is very important and when not maintained it can cause a great deal of frustration and disappointment to either party.
Jan
28
comment Is it normal for programmer to work on multiple projects simultaneously
It also prevents you from getting bored of the project when that's all you do. I currently have about 100 different tasks waiting to be done, spread over 17 projects. Sure, this does cause some pressure at times but I get unhappy when there's nothing to do besides putting all my energy in one single big project.
Jan
28
awarded  Supporter