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Dec
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comment If your algorithm is correct, does it matter how long it took you to write it?
Thanks for your answer. To answer why it took me long, one part is because I had a bit of trouble comprehending what it was I actually needed to do, once I understood that part, I still had to think for a bit to come up with a plan. For example, if a disc is blocking the disc I want to move, and I need to move it first, where should I move it to. The actually programming part was the shortest, but it all added to the time.
Dec
10
comment If your algorithm is correct, does it matter how long it took you to write it?
@mouviciel I didn't exactly mean lower my aspirations of working with a big .com name but more like working for a company where programming is the primary role vs working at a company that does something else like retail where nobody understands what you do.
Dec
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asked If your algorithm is correct, does it matter how long it took you to write it?
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Sep
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accepted Why should you prevent a search engine from indexing your development server?
Sep
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comment Why should you prevent a search engine from indexing your development server?
@Paperjam, thanks for the info, I was not aware of those issues.
Sep
21
comment Why should you prevent a search engine from indexing your development server?
Can you please give some examples of why it is bad to have a development server on the Internet? What if different people that need to work on or approve things are in remote locations?
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answered PHP framework most similar to ASP.NET MVC3?
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accepted Is reinventing the wheel really all that bad?
Aug
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comment How does Python's handling of line-breaks differ from JavaScript's automatic semicolons?
I put semicolons in JavaScript for same reason I use periods in sentences. Sure the interpreter can usually make sense of your statements without them but its just bad form.
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comment Why is Mercurial considered to be easier than Git?
What made Mercurial easy for me was hginit. There is no gitinit that I am aware of.
Jun
27
comment What screen resolutions should we test on when developing for mobile devices?
@melee, good point, I have used that in the past.
Jun
27
comment What screen resolutions should we test on when developing for mobile devices?
Thanks, sounds like if I make sure it works at a minimum of 480 pixels wide, most users will be able to see all content without side scrolling.
Jun
27
comment What screen resolutions should we test on when developing for mobile devices?
@Ethel, thanks, I am not a member of that site yet. New SE sites are popping up so fast its hard to keep track.