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seen Aug 21 '13 at 15:08

.Net software developer working in the e-learning industry


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answered Do employers hiring for software jobs care about the classes you took in a Computer Science Masters program?
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answered Sharing programming fees with a fellow software developer
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answered What justifies the use of an IDE versus a standard editor?
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revised Will high reputation in Stack Overflow help to get a good job?
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comment Which are the significant algorithms for humankind in past decades?
@Billy ONeal: straight from msdn - msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/b0zbh7b6.aspx
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answered Which are the significant algorithms for humankind in past decades?
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comment Are Ruby on Rails / Grails the fastest frameworks for getting sites up quickly?
@Craig: Out of pure interest and desire to learn something new I'm tempted to pick a small project and get it up and running in MVC and Rails now to see how they compare.
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answered Are Ruby on Rails / Grails the fastest frameworks for getting sites up quickly?
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comment What source control do i want for large project in average company?
Take a look at programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/940/…
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accepted How to interview someone you know well?
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answered Is argument or parameter considered more appropriate for a function/method argument/parameter?
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comment How to interview someone you know well?
@Jeff: Project Manager, who may attend the follow up interview.
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comment How to interview someone you know well?
this would be the best option, but what if for some reason you can't say no, and not to the person you have to interview, but the company that asks you to do so