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Nov
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comment Is it normal for a programmer to not have 100% clarity over their own code at times?
This used to happen to me when I was first learning to program. And still is the case when I write more complex algorithms. In my opinion that's ok, after all if we were to have 100% clarity over our code there would be no bugs! And yet everyone makes them.
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Dec
22
accepted why no native compiler of C# or other “productive” language?
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22
awarded  Student
Dec
22
asked why no native compiler of C# or other “productive” language?
Dec
11
comment What if I have no good ideas to implement a feature?
note: if the app is a success you'll never "finish coding it" and features will get redesigned anyway. So I would go with implementing it the best way I can now.
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comment How do you balance between “do it right” and “do it ASAP” in your daily work?
Simple: do it right and do it fast
Nov
13
comment Demonstrate bad code to client?
if it's not large - rewrite it, if it's large - don't take it
Jul
29
comment Why can't the IT industry deliver large, faultless projects quickly as in other industries?
"Computer programs are the most complex things that humans make." - Douglas Crockford
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comment What can one do when “lead by example” doesn't work?
just keep doing that