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Mar
12
answered Dark themes in IDE with multiple monitors
Mar
4
comment Should you charge clients hours spent on the wrong track?
then it is by the hour. I will charge you x amount per hour up to h hours.
Mar
3
comment Should you charge clients hours spent on the wrong track?
there is a difference between "bad" case and "worst" case. If it is worst case, I take the loss.
Mar
3
answered Should you charge clients hours spent on the wrong track?
Jan
23
answered What arguments are there against easter eggs? Are there any arguments to even support easter eggs?
Jan
20
answered What equipment do you use to avoid wrist pain?
Jan
9
comment The most mind-bending programming language?
what makes it worse is it is OS & hardware dependent
Jan
8
comment How is “SELECT *” read in English?
my point exactly
Jan
7
answered How is “SELECT *” read in English?
Dec
31
answered Would you see any use of a Trilean (True, False, ??)
Dec
30
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Dec
30
comment Would you see any use of a Trilean (True, False, ??)
one of the benefits of SQL. It has it. A boolean can be TRUE, FALSE, or NULL.
Dec
23
answered If I immerse myself in Dvorak, will I forget QWERTY?
Dec
22
answered How often do you run & test your code while programming?
Dec
9
answered Is SourceSafe really safe?
Nov
29
comment What justifies the use of an IDE versus a standard editor?
KEDIT, like other smart editors, has scripting capabilities which allow me to do things that the IDE can't. For instance, I use KEDIT to do multiple buffer (up to 100 per kedit session) copy and paste and column editing that the IDE can't even get close to.
Nov
27
answered Conflict resolution between programmers
Nov
23
answered What justifies the use of an IDE versus a standard editor?
Nov
22
comment Which things instantly ring alarm bells when looking at code?
Likewise @Parm for SQL
Nov
22
answered When being a technical genius is not enough to be a successful developer?