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Project Management, Lead digital hardware and FPGA guy. Programming in VHDL and Verilog (for FPGAs) and Perl (for tools).


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answered Arguments to homologate Firefox in a Company
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answered Is learning how to use C (or C++) a requirement in order to be a good (excellent) programmer?
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answered Most difficult subject/theory in Computer Science?
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answered What is the current “standard” for setting up a development environment that supports remote collaboration as well as secure version control?
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answered Is time tracking required for web based/service industries?
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answered tracking time for personal projects
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answered How can I promote clean coding at my workplace?
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answered Are performance and salary reviews *really* harmful?
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answered Tips on persuading boss that code review is a good thing
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answered How to convince my boss to improve code quality?
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answered Is it true that a stricter coding style is always better?
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answered How long would it take to learn Python?
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answered How to systematize tagging in code?
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answered Is it normal for programmer to work on multiple projects simultaneously
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answered How to be a zero-bug programmer?
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answered Why do large IT projects tend to fail or have big cost/schedule overruns?
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comment How is software used in critical life-or-death systems tested?
An example of "2 different hardware designs used, and two independantly developed pieces of s/w, one to run on each" would be interesting. Not disagreeing, just curious.
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awarded  Critic
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comment How is software used in critical life-or-death systems tested?
Sure, I took you up on that that offer for a -1.
Jan
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revised How is software used in critical life-or-death systems tested?
Added FDA