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comment Should Junior Programmers be involved as code reviewers in the projects of Senior Programmers?
But sometimes this title is determined by HR politics and games :)
Feb
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answered Applying DRY to an inheritance hierarchy
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comment Why would you use MVC over Web Forms?
those lewky abstraction are very problematic. Learning Asp .Net MVC opens your eyes on http protocol
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comment What recommendations can you give in managing a team of remote software engineers?
I am really sorry for someone that has to monitor developers that way :O
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comment Can applications affect power consumption in a substantial way?
Well i misunderstood "power consumption". Still i think he should set up a level of power consumption that when reached, optimization should be performed by analysing parts of the system that are eating too much power. This could be performed by series of stress tests.
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answered Can applications affect power consumption in a substantial way?
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answered Is code reviewing good practice?
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comment Is working on a large project a good or a bad thing in the long run?
yeah become generalist try as much as you can ;)
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comment Am I too young to burn out?
Too many companies are "letdowns" ;/ I wonder if there are any decent companies around.
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comment Junior developer support
So don't worry :) They are clearly accepting that you will make something twice the time and the code won't be soo clear. Hopefully you will have somekind of a codereview. Just do your job and learn as much as you can. This is a great opportunity for you to learn.
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answered Junior developer support
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answered Techniques for getting off the ground in any language
Apr
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comment Why is my class worse than the hierarchy of classes in the book (beginner OOP)?
But you will know this later. When this class will be used in other parts of the system and you will have to add something new. There is no "silver bullet" solution :) Something can be good or bad it depends on the system, requirements etc. While learning OOP you have to fail a lot :P Then with time you will notice some common problems and patterns. Tbh this example is too simple to make some advice. Ohh i really recommend this Post from Joel :) Architecture astronauts take over joelonsoftware.com/items/2008/05/01.html
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answered Why is my class worse than the hierarchy of classes in the book (beginner OOP)?