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comment Java: What exactly to do with it
Related: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/111881/…
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comment Giving team members more decision-making power led to very long arguments, blocking progress since there is no one with the final say
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revised “Never do in code what you can get the SQL server to do well for you” - Is this a recipe for a bad design?
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comment Software Licenses: No Distribution and Private Selling Using Dual Licenses
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comment What is the proper copyright information?
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revised “A good programmer can be as 10X times more productive than a mediocre one”
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comment Where and how to mention Stackoverflow participation in the résumé?
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comment Can I run both .Net and Java framework in one computer?
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comment Naming CSS classes and IDs
@Izkata: Ya - Nothing really wrong with that. All in all, this is an issue of style rather than objective truth.
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comment Naming CSS classes and IDs
blog-footnote - 'Yes'; but gallerythumbs-upper-left troubles me because it implies some top left padding or margin that probably only makes sense on one form factor. My advice: Favor a grid system like Bootstrap.
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answered Naming CSS classes and IDs
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revised Is there a good reason to avoid node.js for non-realtime web apps?
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comment Two months in my new job, still having trouble learning a new codebase. How can I improve?
Relevant: stackoverflow.com/questions/215076/…
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comment I cant get myself to sit down and start coding
@Yannis Rizos: How many weeks of vacation do you have?
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comment Mobile development project architecture model/pattern
-1: In theory this makes sense. It practice it doesn't; at least on the Android side of things. For instance, where do services and broadcast receivers come into the mix? How do you save state when the phone's orientation changes or when the user switches to another task? Are you really going to shoehorn all of that logic into a model so that it remains device-agnostic? And are you preaching from an ivory tower or have you actually shipped iOS and Android apps? If you haven't actually shipped any apps, then you really shouldn't be recommending best practices.
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comment Mobile development project architecture model/pattern
-1: It's tempting to to try to generalize Android programming into a neat and tidy pattern (like MVC) but I don't think it's possible. For instance, you should dispatch web service calls to a service that executes web service calls on a background thread. That has nothing to do with MVC.
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revised Are 'The Pragmatic Programmer' and 'The Mythical Man Month' good books for people with limited practical experience programming
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answered Are 'The Pragmatic Programmer' and 'The Mythical Man Month' good books for people with limited practical experience programming