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bio website scottsellers.co.uk
location United Kingdom
age 30
visits member for 3 years, 10 months
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Feb
23
awarded  Yearling
May
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
5
answered Should I test inherited methods?
Feb
26
awarded  Caucus
Feb
26
awarded  Constituent
Feb
23
awarded  Yearling
Jun
27
awarded  Critic
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8
awarded  Constituent
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8
awarded  Caucus
Feb
29
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
23
awarded  Yearling
Jan
9
comment What are some techniques to teach programmers design patterns?
@BrianDishaw - codingdojo.org might be worth a look. With ours we set a small problem and begin it in the Dojo often we don't get finished so we carry it on in our own time or at the next Dojo. The purpose of the Dojo is to start the problem and discuss possible solutions, but the key is focus on technique rather than just solving the problem. Ideally, you want a problem that can be solved in 90mins or so.
Jan
9
answered What are some techniques to teach programmers design patterns?
Jan
9
answered Resume dilemma for professional job
Dec
30
comment Why the Select is before the From in a SQL Query?
@ScottWhitlock and @ gbn I like LINQ, use it a lot. My comment was just an observation but I am sure there are EXCELLENT reasons why (as you state, plus others) LINQ is the way it is!
Dec
30
comment Why the Select is before the From in a SQL Query?
Of course Microsoft ignored that with LINQ as the FROM comes first!
Dec
29
comment People's experience of Cloud Computing (using Force.com)
@user10326 I mean "wanted" and widely "wanted", could it build you a career you are happy with. I found it (or what I was asked to do in it) too different to what I wanted to do so I decided against it.
Dec
28
comment People's experience of Cloud Computing (using Force.com)
@user10326 see some of the comments from the accepted answer below. I found them to be quite true (re: dead end) as I looked around. But that was just my opinion, yours might be different
Dec
28
comment People's experience of Cloud Computing (using Force.com)
@user10326: No as I found that their were too many limits on what you could do. But, I would say think about what you want to do and make your own decision. I decided I wanted more freedom when developing solutions, you might not. Let us know what you decide, cheers.
Sep
20
awarded  Scholar