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comment Where can I find a punched card simulator?
Wow... why? Write a few lines of code. Go home. At 2AM, sign into your computer and try to compile the code, because that's when you got time on the machine. The next morning, randomize each line of code, because you dropped the cards when you picked them up in the morning. Repeat.
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answered Getting out of my head
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comment Learning to program on punchcards
Don't forget, at least once a week, run a program to randomly resort every line of your code to simulate dropping the cards when trying to rush to the computing room to get your allocated time slot.
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comment Simulating/developing_a_testing_strategy for factors that might cause the same algorithm to produce different results in Distributed Systems
If a random number generator is not real enough, why not generate the bad numbers in advance?
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comment How to manage your functional documentation?
@BillIacocca - Confluence is definitely a Wiki, with the benefits that you get an integrated search with JIRA
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answered How to manage your functional documentation?
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revised When a task can be accomplished by either Javascript or CSS, is it better to use CSS?
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answered When a task can be accomplished by either Javascript or CSS, is it better to use CSS?
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answered How to create a donation software
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comment Resumes: Open-Source Projects, Reinventing the Wheel?
@Angelo - Obviously, these are all subjective criteria, and "a good reason" can be a pretty broad term
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answered Resumes: Open-Source Projects, Reinventing the Wheel?
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