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comment If you could pose a question to a Turing test candidate, what would it be?
@Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen - pissed me off enough to bring it up on meta - meta.programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/1389/…
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comment If you could pose a question to a Turing test candidate, what would it be?
@ChrisF My NLP/AI bot thinks you are on a bit of a high horse... Care to explain how you feel programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/779 is any more 'constructive' a question?
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comment Any ideas on a new input modality?
gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/introducing-gmail-motion.html
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revised If you could pose a question to a Turing test candidate, what would it be?
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comment How do I know when my development skills are good enough for a real job?
Let me know if you find it :)
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comment How do I know when my development skills are good enough for a real job?
Yes, you will be able to get a job. Just have confidence, persistence, and stamina. It doesn't hurt to learn some web stuff, easy to learn, even easier to pick up a job, although it gets boring quick. Might be a bit trickier finding a job where you can Scheme all day.
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