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Sep
4
comment Does craftsmanship pay off?
+1 for the distinction between "just good enough" and "low quality". Over-engineering is a rookie mistake. The good (IMHO) senior devs tend to minimize the amount of code because the more you have, the more costly it is to refactor, especially if you don't get much help from your IDE. I would think that the word "craftsmanship" implies continuous refinement of code, stripping out all the over-engineering until it is just good enough.
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Mar
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comment how do you remember programming related stuff?
My brain is my CPU and cache. I put stuff in my cache by doing it. The rest of my knowledge is in other places such as old source code, notes and stackoverflow.com.
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comment Is JSF and JPA worth learning?
Absolutely agree.
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answered Is JSF and JPA worth learning?
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