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Mar
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revised What are some arguments AGAINST using EntityFramework?
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Mar
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comment What are some arguments AGAINST using EntityFramework?
Your so called code as master approach is officially called code first
Mar
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Mar
8
revised Would you put your stackoverflow profile link on your CV / Resume?
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Mar
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answered Would you put your stackoverflow profile link on your CV / Resume?
Feb
24
comment How do programmers in the West see programmers in the East?
I guess Hungary is just eastern Europe. It's way off centre to be considered central. I know countries don't want to be part of eastern block (I'm also coming from one) hence they usually claim they are central Europe. I'm from Slovenia and I still consider us eastern (even though we are your western neighbour). It may not be geographic location rather than historic/political/etc that makes us both eastern Europe.
Jan
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revised How to be a zero-bug programmer?
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Jan
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answered How to be a zero-bug programmer?
Jan
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Dec
21
comment How do you judge if you're paid enough?
UK market payments? jobstats.co.uk --
Dec
21
comment How do you judge if you're paid enough?
Well not necessarily. Only people that think are paid enough tend to tell you... Others will lie because they may be ashamed of their low payment.
Dec
21
answered How do you judge if you're paid enough?
Dec
21
comment How do you judge if you're paid enough?
@Olivier Pons: online freelance sites like oDesk are not an actual poitner because they're a ripoff for western world. I guess they provide good value to third worlds developing countries with much less income. But they probably have governments that would prevent them to process payments via web. Or web services not permitting their country payments...
Dec
17
comment Perception of a developer that uses a pre-packaged web implementation for their personal site?
This is as far from analogy as it can get. I guess that a painter would be thrilled to hang a Rembrandt in his home. GLADLY. I know I would. Your sentence actually means that pharmacists would only use their own drugs. Even if it takes them years to produce when there's something effective on the market for a buck. Same thing goes for developers. Why reinvent the wheel and go through all the bugs yourself when others have done it already. Note: Of course nobody is preventing you from personalizing your site's visuals.
Dec
17
comment Perception of a developer that uses a pre-packaged web implementation for their personal site?
Some people may think lazy is bad. But every agile developer shoul be lazy in terms of only developing what a user story requires and no more. No code over-engineering. +1
Oct
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Oct
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comment What to do if a co-worker is editing your code just to change the appearance?
I would disagree with you on many aspects you've pointed out. You can configure the way style checking works. I've even implemented a couple of my own rules that provide formatting that I want. Regarding speed I can't say it's great. but on a decent machine it should work just fine. Just think of C++ copiler speed in the beginning of the 90's where you were actually able to go and prepare a cup of tea in the meantime. While your build failed!!!!!! ;)
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revised What to do if a co-worker is editing your code just to change the appearance?
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