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comment Why is it (or was it) important to separate CSS from HTML?
"my commit history shows me the opposite - I usually edit both HTML and CSS together." -- If this is the case, then you are not using best practices with your CSS. I strongly suggest you read up on OOCSS, SMACSS, and/or BEM.
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comment Is software development a field suitable for people who have unconventional methods of solving problems?
+10, if I could. Before you ever go at an unorthodox approach, make darn sure you completely understand the orthodox one. Then make sure you can explain exactly why yours is better. I've been burned by many "creative" solutions that turned onto necessary complexity and piles of code smell.
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comment Learning Multiple Languages Simultaneously
+1 I think it makes a big difference whether you are learning your first three languages vs. your fourth, fifth, sixth, etc.
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answered Why do some programmers hate the UI part of the development?
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comment What are the drawbacks of Python?
Completely agree with @rox0r. The "straight-jacket" prevents all sorts of syntax wars.
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comment My coworker created a 96 columns SQL table
I created a table like that once; it was for our senior design project in college. If only I could say that was the worst programming idea I've ever implemented...
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comment When deciding on whether or not to work for a new company, what are your dealbreakers?
How do you guys generally feel about time tracking for the sake of Evidence-Based Scheduling (joelonsoftware.com/items/2007/10/26.html)?
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