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awarded  Yearling
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comment Getting through a lengthy book?
I have the same problem, but ultimately I think it just comes down to developing the discipline to just go through it with the amount of focus it deserves.
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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answered How do I improve my skills working in a small shop?
Jul
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comment How does an online game continue after the host leaves?
I'm liking the Starcraft reference here...
Jul
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comment Helping a new programmer become more self-proficient and not ask me so much?
Awesome answer. I especially like that, even if you know the answer to his question, you google it with him.
Jul
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comment getting back to c# programming after dabbling in non tech world
EF4 comes with .NET 4, I believe. However, Code First is in EF 4.1 which requires an update.
Jul
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comment Need help on understanding few OOP & programming related concepts
I'd be interested in seeing answers for the delegates one myself
Jul
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
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answered What's the best approach to develop a cross-browser JavaScript app?
Jun
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comment Do you use unit tests at work? What benefits do you get from them?
+1 one for unit test friendly design. I've had to refactor so much production code already to make it easier to test. I can't tell you how scary that was, but it paid off.
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awarded  Enthusiast
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answered How to increase the speed of the page loading in ASP.NET?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Flat File in a Unit Test
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comment Flat File in a Unit Test
Interesting. So perhaps it'll be better to have my values into a separate class in the unit test project or something similar?
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awarded  Student
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asked Flat File in a Unit Test
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answered How to experience gradual improvement of knowledge while a newbie does .NET maintenance programming?
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comment Is it “normal” for people to not work?
After a year working there you were promoted to a senior developer and a team lead?