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bio website aspdiary.blogspot.com
location Auckland, New Zealand
age 34
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Software developer with skills in Java, C#, PHP and Objective C languages. Might end up with objective C but not sure. Life unearths surprises everyday.
Currently working as web developer.


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revised Can't I just use all static methods?
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comment What's the best way to manage list item sort order with Drag & Drop UI?
I should store the order on server-side. It doesnt matter if the order is stored on every drag-drop or by clicking a button once and for all.
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asked What's the best way to manage list item sort order with Drag & Drop UI?
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revised If Instance is for Class, what's for Template?
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comment How to gauge a person's ability to write SQL queries?
Yeah. I do have Sql skills but thats not the major part of my work (for now) but as my career is progressing, I feel I have to have good grip on SQL. So this question was second part to my knowledge improvement program. Thanks for your valuable suggestion, I will keep it in mind.
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accepted How to gauge a person's ability to write SQL queries?
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comment How to gauge a person's ability to write SQL queries?
I totally agree. But what if I am the interviewee? :)
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comment How to gauge a person's ability to write SQL queries?
God I knew this kind of answers would show up :) @Paul Tomblin We both could be right or wrong, at any time. But the whole industry believes in certification. And I wont press that certification is best way to gauge, but it is quick way and getting certified does mean the exam taker had spent quite some time knowing different aspects of the technology. And man, certificates help our resume stand out from the bunch without even working on a ground breaking technology/product.