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Senior tester at Mimeo.com, with a passion around debugging Win32/C#, quality processes, and kicking my devs asses.

CV: http://careers.stackoverflow.com/nithin-shenoy


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comment How should I go about fixing code from a less-experienced programmer?
There's actually a good and entertaining paper with some basics available at mumak.net/stuff/your-code-sucks.html. It's mostly about behaviorial techniques for conducting reviews in a constructive manner, which is hugely important for successful reviews.
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comment What are some fun (and very easy) C++ programs for a 10 year old kid to write?
And if you want to teach him C#, there's the Netduino (netduino.com). Since the Netduino can utilize Visual Studio Express editions, the debugging experience is far superior, which can teach him exactly what each line is doing and visualize how variables are changing. If he's into that sort of thing...
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