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Jeanne is an active moderator at JavaRanch where you can see her full bio.. She also blogs about programming


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awarded  Informed
Jun
6
awarded  Yearling
Mar
26
comment Hating your own code - for good or bad, how do you deal with it?
Well said! We all learn as we progress. This means seeing old code from when you didn't know better... It's normal.
Feb
28
awarded  Constituent
Feb
23
reviewed Reviewed “Public APIs are forever: Only one chance to get it right”?
Feb
21
awarded  Caucus
Jan
14
comment OO Design related questions in technical interviews
Are they methodical? Do they think of what might go wrong? Do they think of alternatives? Do they declare defeat at the odd question quickly? (I usually ask for something like a telephone, not an object most people have designed before?). I don't look for speed (unless someone takes 15 minutes before even starting to say anything!)
Jan
13
answered OO Design related questions in technical interviews
Jan
11
reviewed Reviewed serving static or dynamic web-content based on user group
Jan
7
awarded  Custodian
Jan
4
awarded  Custodian
Jan
4
reviewed No Action Needed Past If statements Arrays, loops… Now what?
Dec
28
answered what is the best way to ensure accountability in code checkins?
Dec
24
comment Why don't modern libraries use OOP
I think Timo answered your question well. Other reasons (for other libraries) could be a library that was created in C and then ported. Or C developers wrote it.
Dec
22
comment Listing editors and IDE's in your resume?
Because as @tcb noted if someone hasn't used ANY IDE, it will take much longer to learn one. A junior has a ton to learn on the job, I'd like to know he/she will be faster than average. Also, not using any IDE ever seems to be to indicate a lack of interest in program. Daniel: you've used an IDE. You won't be completely lost in it.
Dec
22
answered Listing editors and IDE's in your resume?
Dec
19
comment Should I implement an interface directly or have the superclass do it?
suggestion on title: should I implement an interface directly or have the superclass do it
Dec
19
answered Should I implement an interface directly or have the superclass do it?
Dec
18
comment Support for non-english characters?
Possible duplicate: stackoverflow.com/questions/61615/…
Dec
18
answered Decrementing/Incrementing loop variable inside for loop. Is this code smell?