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answered Why the current enthusiasm for Functional Programming?
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revised Does giving a developer a slower development machine result in faster/more efficient code?
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answered What simple techniques do you use to improve performance?
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answered Does giving a developer a slower development machine result in faster/more efficient code?
Nov
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revised What are some good assignments for an introductory course, to reach today's students?
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17
comment What are some good assignments for an introductory course, to reach today's students?
Well, I upvoted because I think your answer is serious, but please, lighten up. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
Nov
17
answered What are some good assignments for an introductory course, to reach today's students?
Nov
17
comment Whats the greatest most impressive programing feat you ever witnessed?
@Thorbjørn: Me too. That's part of that Minsky-lab spirit I soaked up, for better and for worse :)
Nov
17
comment Is what someone publishes on the Internet fair game when considering them for employment as a programmer?
++ You've captured my attitude about it perfectly. It's about character - honesty, regard for others, etc. If it makes one nervous, it will continue to do so.
Nov
15
revised I don't know C. And why should I learn it?
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answered I don't know C. And why should I learn it?
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answered Whats the greatest most impressive programing feat you ever witnessed?
Nov
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comment FizzBuzz - really?
@DarenW: You've got my sympathy. I think it's important to know what you like and work from there. Personally I always liked school and never doubted my interest in engineering. My sibs are almost all sure of what they are doing. One is not, and it's easy to see that it's a struggle. Your home page indicates an interest in the intersection of science and art - that's great. Some people have had bad experiences in youth, and that can use up all their energy now.
Nov
11
answered Should I return from a function early or use an if statement?
Nov
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answered Learning a new language and framework, should I spike a project, or first ground myself in the language fundamentals?
Nov
11
comment What are some things you have read that inspired and guided you as a programmer?
I shared an office with Richard at MIT back around 74-ish.
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answered What are some things you have read that inspired and guided you as a programmer?
Nov
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comment How many types of programming languages are there?
I remember that one. I may have even used it. Boy, that was state-of-the-art. You didn't have to manually guide the milling machine, just push the start button. And if there was a bug, all hell would break loose.