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comment Why can't there be an “universal” programming language that serves all purposes?
My answer to this question is that a "universal" programming language designed to serve all needs would be extremely bloated, and therefore slow. This makes it undesirable for high performance applications, and therefore the programming language has failed it's mission :)
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accepted Can't work on real projects because I keep thinking about my side projects
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accepted What causes overtime and how can it be avoided?
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comment FizzBuzz - really?
@Inaimathi I never implied you were stupid, I work closely with a Graphic Artist who is smarter than a lot of programmers I know. I merely implied I wouldn't expect a graphic artist to pass a programming test, as I wouldn't expect a programmer to pass a graphic artist test
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comment FizzBuzz - really?
I routinely give out the FizzBuzz test at interviews and routinely have people fail it. One graphic designer passed it one day though..... Surprised me a bit :)
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comment What causes overtime and how can it be avoided?
That's exactly what I think is happening, we're underbidding so we don't lose projects.
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answered Do non-manager coders in their forties or older out there sometimes regret about not being managers?
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