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May
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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comment Masters vs. PhD - long
I'm reading this at a time where I Need to make a proper decision :) This definitely helps!!!
Jul
30
answered Emotional attachment to code
May
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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awarded  Excavator
Jun
6
revised Do some programmers know some secrets that we others don't?
fixed grammar,question
Jun
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suggested approved edit on Do some programmers know some secrets that we others don't?
Jun
6
answered Do some programmers know some secrets that we others don't?
Jun
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comment Do some programmers know some secrets that we others don't?
How do you know something is the best,without first trying out the rest?? I'm with barrem23 on this one. +1.
May
28
comment Is Bubble Sort the slowest sorting algorithm?
That's nothing..ERIC SHMIDT didn't know about Bogosort!!! Same video :D
May
28
comment Is Bubble Sort the slowest sorting algorithm?
Of course,of course.. O(∞)?! No,thank you :D
May
28
comment Is Bubble Sort the slowest sorting algorithm?
:D +1 for knowing this even exists! Who would have known?!!
May
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awarded  Peer Pressure
May
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answered Expanding knowledge of python / Next book and/or Topic to read/research
May
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answered Oracle owns Java but Google is using Java?
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awarded  Commentator
May
15
comment What's your favourite quote about programming?
@Antsan You mean,when there ARE constraints on time and budget,you can't do it properly
May
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comment What's your favourite quote about programming?
That comment is ambiguous,hence admirable :P
May
15
comment Languages on a resume: Is it better to put “C/C++” or “C, C++”?
But most interviewers (I speak not of resume-bots) i.e F2F interviewers may not take the time to go through the natural language sentences. It would be more prudent to succinctly list your languages and add a separate section listing the projects you've undertaken.
May
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awarded  Nice Answer