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comment How to organize a programming course?
Sadly I cannot choose 2 right answers...
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comment How to organize a programming course?
Great comments. Especially about motivating the ones who are slower and how not to go for primes and fibonacci (was going to soon he he).
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answered What process do you normally use when attempting to debug a problem/issue/bug with your software?
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comment How to organize a programming course?
In this organization TEST and DEV are separated. Test has to come up with a strategy to automate (i.e. program) the testing of the product (unit tests for ex). For historical reasons, the company has manual testers to do some work and we are moving towards programmers in test (button pushers are at 10% cost in China :D ). The question is how do I transform these guys in programmers (for the TEST team) in 2 months!
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comment How to organize a programming course?
I can't really make sense of this answer. I don't have developers, I have manual testers. How could I possibly explain CruiseControl if they don't know what a ctor is?
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comment How to organize a programming course?
Answered some questions. Thx !
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comment How to organize a programming course?
It's a very original ideea. Sadly porting to C# would take quite a bit of time. I will consider adding smth similar to one of the lessons. Thx for sharing this !!
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comment How to organize a programming course?
Great insights, thx!