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Sep
21
awarded  Student
Sep
21
asked What are the most popular IDEs per language?
Sep
20
comment Is the abundance of frameworks dumbing down programmers?
To counter the automatic tranny argument: many professional drivers don't drive manual cars, and many more are going to flappy paddle shifting which is generally computer controlled.
Sep
20
comment What techniques do you use when interviewing developers?
+1 @MAK: Agreed, what's real code? If it's code that you would intend to use in your production software...
Sep
20
comment Is MUMPS alive?
"Is MUMPS alive?" - Yes, but all of the developers are killing themselves.
Sep
20
answered Is the abundance of frameworks dumbing down programmers?
Sep
20
awarded  Editor
Sep
20
revised Is a university education worth it for a good programmer?
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Sep
20
answered Is a university education worth it for a good programmer?
Sep
19
comment What are non-programming mistakes that a programmer should avoid?
Anybody want a peanut?
Sep
18
comment What are good keyboards for programming?
Does it seriously plug in via rj-11?
Sep
17
comment What are the key differences between software engineers and programmers?
One thinks that they're better than the other. define One = Random.Next() %2 == 0 ? "Software Engineers" : "Programmers"
Sep
16
comment What's the worst question you were ever asked at interview?
"Could you be more specific?" - Problem solved.
Sep
16
comment What do you put in the “Computer Skills” section of your resume?
@HLGEM: +1 Amen to that.
Sep
15
comment What do you put in the “Computer Skills” section of your resume?
@HLGEM: Maybe I should have bolded "... work MORE" with. I did not, and would never, propose putting anything on a resume that is not true. Your work history will show what you're most proficient in, but any amount of experience with a technology I'd suggest putting it in your list of skills... unless of course you want to work in the same tech stack for the rest of your life.
Sep
15
comment What should every programmer know about programming?
@Stephen C: +1; I'll agree to that.
Sep
13
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Sep
13
comment Job hopping, is it a problem?
@ChrisF: Very much agreed. @charstar "The assumption here... because they were unable to keep the previous one." No it's not. Even if they're quitting jobs that frequently, then they've still set a pattern of her and gone in no time. I guess if someone was a serial-startup-employee, I would also wonder why everything they're working on tanks.
Sep
13
comment Job hopping, is it a problem?
"Each case has to be taken on it's own merits." - I disagree: regardless of the circumstances, if a person has had 10 jobs in 3 years, then they've set a trend: they don't know how to keep a job.
Sep
13
answered What do you put in the “Computer Skills” section of your resume?