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Feb
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answered Does making source code available affect your ability to generate revenue?
Feb
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comment Who should define, assign, implement, and follow the tasks in Scrum?
A little late in the game, but my 2¢ - I think if some tasks are left to the end when they should have been done first that means that your Scrum Master (and Product Owner) aren't putting enough emphasis on those tasks.
Feb
1
comment Is there an alternative to bits?
For some reason I always picture qubits as pale blue or pink Tribbles.
Jan
31
comment What makes a good Scrum Master?
Epic quote, I'm printing this out for my cube.
Jan
31
comment What issues should we be aware of converting to Agile/Scrum with a project that's underway?
I guess that's the perils of posting near the end of my work day - brain fatigue. At least that's what I claim ;)
Jan
30
comment What issues should we be aware of converting to Agile/Scrum with a project that's underway?
didn't think to add issues, I just searched Scrum and didn't see anything particularly apt
Jan
30
asked What issues should we be aware of converting to Agile/Scrum with a project that's underway?
Jan
6
answered New to Programming/objective c
Dec
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
23
comment Should Software Engineering and Computer Science be separate majors?
Because computer science programs teach a little more about how to build programs than your typical physics program ;)
Dec
23
comment Who usually does the use case analysis in the team?
If you're interested in doing actual code work, I'd suggest (after you've done some analysis and maybe have some down time) you ask one of the other developers if there are any features that you could work on coding, in addition to the analysis.
Dec
23
answered A free game-development language?
Nov
29
comment What would you do if your client required you not to use object-oriented programming?
Those two links are worth an upvote alone...
Nov
16
comment What is (are) the most useful technique/visualization for overall project status?
Presuming that I remember, I'll come back and update this with what we've learned. If I haven't posted anything in a month or so you can assume I've forgot - just comment on this post and I'm sure I'll see it in my SE inbox.
Nov
15
comment What is (are) the most useful technique/visualization for overall project status?
I accepted this one because it detailed specific steps to accomplish my task at hand, plus gave several examples of other projects. Thanks!
Nov
15
accepted What is (are) the most useful technique/visualization for overall project status?
Nov
14
comment What is (are) the most useful technique/visualization for overall project status?
Ah, I forgot that the pm exchange exists. I'd migrate it if I could (and I checked the vote to close and the option wasn't there)
Nov
14
asked What is (are) the most useful technique/visualization for overall project status?
Nov
14
comment Most useful features of VIM that aren't standard in a IDE
Most IDEs that do have splitscreen don't provide easy methods of navigating/adjusting a-la <C-w>
Oct
20
comment Why is Scheme my first language in university?
"Once you have grasped the concepts, it's easy to apply them to other languages." - This statement is all too true. I suspect it would take me about a week to pick up the syntax in just about any new language, and be proficient. I was taught C/C++ and Assembly in school, but I taught myself Python on the side and Lisp for a research project. Without the fundamental understanding I gained from Python, Lisp, and Assembly, I doubt I would be nearly the programmer I am today.