Renato Dinhani Conceição

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bio website dinhani.com.br
location Salto, Brazil
age 23
visits member for 3 years
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Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Oct
31
comment How can I improve my skills while working on actual projects, in the absence of more experienced developers?
I'm in a similar situation, but in my case, I'm the only developer. Try to learn from your teammates, even the most inexperienced can teach you something new and useful.
Oct
4
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
19
comment How can I really master a programming language?
"man, potato is dinossaur, car universe". it doesn't matter how much you master a language, if the code is bad and doesn't make sense, it still hard to understand.
Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Jun
15
comment I can't program because the code I am using uses old coding styles. Is this normal to programmers?
@Coder, this is was a perfect description of the job, and like you, I left the job after a month and a few days. The best thing I did, and now, in my free time, I'm learning a lot of useful things.
Jun
15
comment I can't program because the code I am using uses old coding styles. Is this normal to programmers?
After the longest month, I left the job. The best thing I did.
Jun
15
comment I can't program because the code I am using uses old coding styles. Is this normal to programmers?
@Ramhound Legacy code is ok. Writing legacy code today is not ok.
Jun
12
awarded  Good Question
Apr
20
answered How to get new team members up to date with the project?
Apr
19
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19
revised Hackathon and Scope
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Apr
19
answered Hackathon and Scope
Apr
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
19
comment Are there guidelines on how many parameters a function should accept?
@lukas Clean Code makes it clear in beginning of the book that the entire book is a point of view of experienced developers and not "The Ultimate Truth".
Apr
19
comment Are there guidelines on how many parameters a function should accept?
@alpha123 You're right. Zero is best than one, but you can't have this in all methods. In my personal opinion, one is better than zero.
Apr
19
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Apr
19
comment Are there guidelines on how many parameters a function should accept?
@MatthieuM. I edited the example to clarify a bit my example. The main point is the parameter in the method, not in the constructor. When the constructor is far from the method becomes harder to understand what the method is processing when there aren't any parameters.
Apr
19
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