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Sep
13
awarded  Commentator
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?
Sep
13
awarded  Teacher
Sep
13
answered What should every programmer know about programming?
Sep
13
awarded  Critic
Sep
13
comment What should every programmer know about programming?
Yes and no. You sound like every prof I ever had in university... all of whom never made a lick of software in their entire life. Knowledge, without skills is useless in our profession.
Sep
13
awarded  Supporter
Sep
13
comment What should every programmer know about programming?
I don't get the irrational fear that people have with multi-threaded programming. I suspect the people who perpetuate this view, don't program much multi-threaded code. It's just not that hard. +1 for everything else though.
Jun
30
comment How to deal with the developers refusing to use certain technologies or tools?
There's some scholarly evidence that this doesn't always work well (see: ted.com/talks/dan_pink_on_motivation.html)
Sep
15
comment How to become a “faster” programmer?
+1: Beware though, I've caught myself generalizing and abstracting something so that I could use it again another day... and missed that day's deadline or doubled the time the bug should have taken to fix... so that I could "maybe" save time later on.