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Jun
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comment How many developers actually have private offices?
Using Google as an example of a company that "gets it" is a bit off here: everyone shares an office at Google. Even Sergey and Larry.
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Should a competent programmer be able to come up with his own shortest path algorithm?
I'll always try to (re)invent a solution before looking it up. Who knows, mine might be better! Saying that this is a waste of time is short-sighted, in my opinion.
Aug
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comment When do you start documenting the code?
As much as I believe that this answer is good advice, it's not true in my case: I frequently document code before I hand it off.
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awarded  Quorum
Jun
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answered In the absense of a CS degree, how can I “fill in the gaps” so to speak?
Jun
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answered Why are more programmers not freelance these days?
Apr
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answered How long should someone take classes in a language they don't plan to work professionally in?
Apr
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revised What are good dynamics that can improve learning in a web programming course?
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Apr
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answered What are good dynamics that can improve learning in a web programming course?
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awarded  Scholar
Mar
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accepted Need pointers on my first Windows program
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awarded  Student
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awarded  Editor
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revised Need pointers on my first Windows program
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Mar
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comment Need pointers on my first Windows program
@Orbling: Thanks for the pointer, but my understanding is that Wireshark is based on WinPCap which is a sniffer, not a filter (ie, it cannot shape traffic, only collect statistics and log traffic). I will edit my question to make it clearer what my needs are.
Mar
23
asked Need pointers on my first Windows program
Mar
12
comment How to start a Software Company
I'm not voting to move this question, but be sure to check out answers.onstartups.com here at SE.
Feb
25
comment How come compilers are so reliable?
Bugs become rarer as you descend the code stack: application bugs are more common than compiler bugs. Compiler bugs are more common than CPU (microcode) bugs. This is actually good news: can you imagine if it were the other way around?