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Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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answered elevator algorithm and implementation
Jul
26
comment Learn to Program by Chris Pine book question
+1 for the tough part. You feel restless if you see code and you cant implement it!
Jul
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Jul
8
revised Is outsourcing (offshoring) disloyal?
typo and corrected the wordings
Jul
8
comment Is outsourcing (offshoring) disloyal?
Totally! All are made in China :)
Jul
8
comment Is outsourcing (offshoring) disloyal?
But the question being, who's winning?
Jul
8
answered Is outsourcing (offshoring) disloyal?
Jun
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answered What is the best way to discuss/plan/negotiate about code architecture remotely?
Jun
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answered How do I overcome paralysis by analysis when coding?
Jun
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comment How do you design code?
@Neil "big grin" they are not too horrible :)
Jun
14
comment How do you design code?
@Neil interesting point of debate:) probably a dumb question but what does that have to do with it any of the styles of programming? Wont your low level design consisting of sequence diagrams etc be useful there? Flowcharts imho are more or less to understand and see what it is that you want your program to achieve at the end of the day.
Jun
14
comment How do you design code?
Similar with a few additions:<br> <br> 1. Always question yourself and the design. Many a times as a dev, the design is almost complete and we are given parts of the application to develop. Understand the bigger picture of your application and start questioning if you can make it better. Ideas from the team are always welcome <br> 2. Flowcharts. Have many of them. If the application is too complicated, draw a very high level one to start off with. Start breaking it down to smaller flowcharts. <br>
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Feb
11
answered As a software engineer, who should I be following on Twitter?
Feb
11
comment Why do business analysts and project managers get higher salaries than programmers?
lol I would agree. Seriously, but things would be so much simpler if everybody just did their jobs!
Feb
11
awarded  Editor
Feb
11
revised Delivering estimates and client expectations?
corrected spelling