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Mar
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revised When does a “scripter” become a “programmer”?
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Mar
18
comment Is a company order to switch to a certain IDE a red flag?
So it's a red flag, and then what? Since you've been at this job for less than 3 months, you might have to stick there anyway.
Nov
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Nov
10
comment Space around operators? a=b/2; or a = b / 2; What are the arguments?
@Bill, apparently, we have different notions of whether a piece of code is complex. To me, syntactical complexity doesn't immediately render the code "complex."
Oct
28
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Sep
18
answered Should every git commit leave the project in a working state?
Sep
17
comment What programming skills have provided you the best return on investment?
How did you learn the art? What does this art comprise?
Sep
16
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Sep
14
comment Most useful features of VIM that aren't standard in a IDE
+1 to this, and to all other macro-related functionality.
Sep
14
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Sep
14
comment The business and architecture challenge behind creating effective user stories
@maple_shaft Before an appliance that reads minds of people is invented (and if it's not banned because it can reveal a scary truth that most people are stupid), that's the best approach I can offer in such an environment.
Sep
14
answered The business and architecture challenge behind creating effective user stories
Sep
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Sep
14
revised Is programming a profession not for a person with speech impairment?
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Sep
14
answered Is programming a profession not for a person with speech impairment?
Sep
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Aug
21
comment Masters vs. PhD - long
Judging by the length of your post, which I haven't read, you are a natural fit for a PhD.
Aug
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Jul
18
comment Are first person comments distracting and unprofessional?
@msw, in Russian, for example, passive voice constructs are more common and are understood more easily due to some cultural differences. (And no, I did not write that sentence in passive voice on purpose!)
Jul
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