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Nov
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answered How best to prevent having to revisit a change after check in
Oct
13
answered You write the server, I write the client: Best practices for designing an API?
Oct
13
answered Should interviews for programming positions be CS knowledge focused or behavioral focused?
Oct
12
revised As an iOS developer, what type of technical interview questions should you be prepared with?
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Oct
12
answered As an iOS developer, what type of technical interview questions should you be prepared with?
Sep
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Sep
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awarded  Critic
Sep
14
answered Most useful features of VIM that aren't standard in a IDE
Sep
14
comment What to do with obsolete code?
No need to branch. Just tag it. You can always branch off the tag later if you need to for some reason.
Sep
9
answered How do you determine a 'release' date when a team uses Scrum
Sep
7
answered Is there a such thing as a Program Manager for Outsourcing Companies?
Aug
29
answered What percent of your college course work is unit-tested code?
Aug
29
answered Is it efficient to attach a comment on every function?
Aug
29
comment Is it efficient to attach a comment on every function?
@Jose Agreed, but mandating comments everywhere is not the way to have the right amount of comments in the right place.
Aug
25
answered What is the difference between a prototype and a production level solution?
Aug
10
answered How to flag a class as under development in Java
Aug
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Aug
10
revised Should the internal naming (classes, methods, database tables, etc) of entities be changed if the marketing and UI naming changes?
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Aug
10
answered Should the internal naming (classes, methods, database tables, etc) of entities be changed if the marketing and UI naming changes?
Aug
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comment Excessive use “final” keyword in Java
@Robert It does not. You can think of final in Java like "readonly" in C#, only you can apply it to local variables and method parameters.