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comment Do job postings exaggerate their requirements?
now you're putting me into a cycle... alright, +1 to both. :-)
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revised is it Ok to have a time for familialization of technology and tools once a project starts
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comment Do job postings exaggerate their requirements?
And the resumes are always exaggerated because job requirements are unreasonably high. -1 to you and +1 to programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/64822/…
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comment Do job postings exaggerate their requirements?
Oh, it's too dangerous to disclose this 75% rule as bad coders may read us! Try to guess what requirement they would drop according to ``75% rule'' with these job requirements: 1) C++ experience; 2) self-motivated; 3) team player; 4) fast-learner.
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answered is it Ok to have a time for familialization of technology and tools once a project starts
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answered How does a Scrum team account for infrastructure tasks in the planning meeting?
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revised How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients
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answered How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients
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comment How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients
-1. That's not what "feature branches" are for; it contradicts their definition as "temporary branches that merge when the development of a feature is over".
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comment How can I find a good open source project to join?
+1 to "find a project that you already use"
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answered What do you do when one thinks the code isn't complicated enough?
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answered Why are objects passed by reference?
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comment Why are objects passed by reference?
@Mason, how come you don't know the explanation? The issue in your example is fixed with a single & character. What it proves is that C++ leaves the user with two options instead of one—which is a better way to go! Additionally, you misuse C++ (by making a newbie mistake)—and try to make it sound like a proof that C++ object model is inferior.
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comment Why are objects passed by reference?
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comment How do managers know if a person is a good or a bad programmer?
@biziclop, actually, I don't know if managers do it well most of the time. This assumption was added to avoid any flamewars between managers and coders, and to get better answers, which is the case here. :-)
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