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May
7
comment Professional Mentorships and Study Groups for Seasoned Programmers?
I liked @GlenH7's answer, and the only thing I'd add is that, if you were able to understand all the content (books and courses) that you took on your own, I'd say that you might not need professional mentorship, but just networking with smart developers. That alone might give you a big push and the social component that you're looking for. Also, I think it might serve you a lot to dedicate part of that time that you're using to learn to learn a few new skills or techniques that you could apply to your work projects. That would get you noticed and help step up on your corporate ladder.
Nov
1
comment When should you call yourself a senior developer?
you've got to be kidding with the Spanish "señor" thing. Nobody calls anybody "Señor" Developer.
Aug
14
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Jul
25
awarded  Scholar
Jul
25
accepted Is Google's Page Speed not working fine?
Jul
21
comment Is Google's Page Speed not working fine?
thakns ElYusubov, I do use Firebug and other optimization tools...but I need an answer for this specific problem.
Jul
21
comment Is Google's Page Speed not working fine?
not right now...but what does that have to do with the specific issue at hand?
Jul
21
awarded  Student
Jul
21
asked Is Google's Page Speed not working fine?
Mar
4
comment How should I go about learning a very large and complex application?
the exact same thing is happening to me just now...used to being the go-to-guy, now i'm the new guy, still figuring out how my new project app works...which is huge, with no documentation whatsoever. it sucks, but NWS got it right. It takes months to get the "aha!" moment.
Nov
18
comment is there a term for doing this: func1(func2(), func3());
that makes sense Fred. one's the address of a function, and the other the result of executing that function. Thanks for pointing that out.
Nov
17
answered is there a term for doing this: func1(func2(), func3());
Nov
3
answered The dreaded C# programming interview test - any advice?
Oct
28
comment To what extent can choosing a particular job limit future opportunities?
I know your question was focused towards the activities of the job limiting future opportunities, just wanted to add these links about non-compete that is stuff that some people don't really consider when joining a new company. bitquabit.com/post/enslaving-your-interns-for-evil-and-profit joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000071.html
Oct
11
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Oct
11
comment Is discoverability for developers a problem when using SOLID principles?
as long as your dependencies are named reasonably correct, i'd say that developers should be able to figure out what each dependency does or where a given functionality is present.
Oct
11
comment When is it preferred to combine Add/Edit functionality, and when to keep them separate?
+1 for different actions but same view. Think of the sites that you visit that have the best usability..most of them use the same screen for creating/editing items, unless there are very specific business conditions enabled/shown when doing either action.
Sep
6
answered How do you tackle really bizarre errors that keep you puzzled for more than 10 hours?
Sep
1
comment Importance of hobby projects
since there are a lot of good answers already, I'll just add this. Having a freelance project just after graduating (and also while having a full time job) has given me an edge over my peers. You'll face more situations than only in your job, and you will definitely learn more. That alone is worth it.
Aug
19
comment Why are data structures so important in interviews?
@Veekay: Dont you feel Eric Lippert's answer is a more complete and detailed one than nikie's? Not being mean, just think Eric's answer is more useful (and again, detailed) in terms of understanding one of the biggest company's reasons for asking about data structures.