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May
18
comment How are we supposed to deal with Customers who don't give a damn?
-1: First do it their way... - No, this is bad advice. This should be your last resort. // Poor software design is often very expensive. In situations like this, you need to assert your position as the expert. // If you were a surgeon, would you oblige a patient who asked you to refrain from washing your hands before surgery? ;) [Reference borrowed from @Uncle Bob. 'Clean Code']
May
17
revised How should one effectively use time at software conferences?
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May
17
comment How should one effectively use time at software conferences?
@Billy ONeal: I am recommending the book. Strong developers who play their hand correctly at conferences (as Ferrazzi suggests) have unbounded potential.
May
17
answered How should one effectively use time at software conferences?
May
16
revised Naming Convention for Private / Public Fields
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May
16
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May
13
revised What is the (craziest, stupidest, silliest) thing a client/boss asked you to do?
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May
13
revised When they say its open source it means i can take their pictures?
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May
13
awarded  Nice Answer
May
12
accepted What is the Most Expedient Way to Make Legacy Code Conform to 'The Principle of Proximity'?
May
12
comment Introducing new topics to co-workers
+1: Another awesome answer, @Wayne M. I said something very similar over here: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/75809/…
May
12
answered How do I convince my team to use smaller classes/methods?
May
12
revised How do I convince my team to use smaller classes/methods?
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May
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revised How do I convince my team to use smaller classes/methods?
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May
11
revised What are the main practices and design patterns every .NET guy should know?
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May
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May
9
comment Is the agile approach too much of a convenient excuse for cowboys
+1: @TMN, @CodexArcanum: I also had the same experience. There was no user champion. Sales dictated new features to product management, who then passed them on to development.
May
4
comment What are the main things a programmer expects from the senior programmer?
+1: Right. And if you find yourself reporting to a 'Yes-Man', leave ASAP.