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bio website kylehayes.info
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Mar
21
comment how do you remember programming related stuff?
While not the same question, it dealt with a similar musing I had which is how to keep myself reminded of the things I need to remember (about anything, prorgramming or not). It was on a SE sister site, productivity: productivity.stackexchange.com/questions/2284/…
Mar
21
comment how do you remember programming related stuff?
It would be interesting to see your tree if you were willing to share.
Mar
21
comment how do you remember programming related stuff?
@danleadgy, I agree with the tags. I've had to be more selective which I really shouldn't have to be concerned about.
Mar
21
comment how do you remember programming related stuff?
I used to do it as files like this as well but found Evernote to be a good repository for this type of data as well.
Mar
21
comment how do you remember programming related stuff?
Thanks for your thoughtful answer. He do you stay disciplined about updating your blog? I think the issue I have is either laziness, or I don't post something because I don't think others would benefit from it.
Nov
3
comment How should I handle the publishing of an iPhone app under someone else's name?
The "product" portion of the app (all the editorial and photography) is the client's and they are putting a lot of work into that. The code is obviously mine. So, should the copyright be under the name and the developer by mine? Or the other way around?
Sep
21
comment What is a manifest and when is it appropriate to use one?
Well you all are right, I wanted to know the context of Java and any other languages if it applies.
Aug
23
comment Why isn't Java used for modern web application development?
Grails is Java
Jan
19
comment Is a Master's worth it?
I completely see my undergrad CIS degree (since its headed by a BS in Bus. Admin) is a good thing to have and I feel my experience is strong. At this point, I'm really leaning towards looking to jump right into the PhD program at CGU or look at software engineering (as opposed to CS) degrees at other schools. I do have a great passion in development and would like to learn some higher level concepts to not only prepare me for now, but to prepare me for the future when I would like to manage a team of technologists.
Jan
19
comment Is a Master's worth it?
oh haha, you're absolutely right. That's exactly what he was referring to. Interesting you mentioned that though there is one division here that uses a combination of Python developers and 3D artists with Panda3D to create some pretty awesome stuff.
Jan
18
comment Is a Master's worth it?
what do you mean by looking up the generalized degree program? Are you talking about the MSIS from CGU?
Jan
18
comment Is a Master's worth it?
these very thoughts have crossed my mind which is what lead me to pose this question in the first place. I've also been told the latter point of your response is one of the most valuable things about grad school. At this point my concern is perhaps I'm not associating myself with the people I should be for the work I do. Something else I've not decided is if I wanted to be a programmer for the rest of my professional career or move towards management of technology/technologists. I'm thinking the latter, but I love programming so much ;)
Jan
18
comment Is a Master's worth it?
You're right it usually is required, but it is not something I'm interested (at this time).
Jan
18
comment Is a Master's worth it?
Heh I used to do graphics when I was younger and I was filling the role of both web designer and web developer. However, since then, I've decided I have a stronger passion for the computer sciences ;)
Jan
18
comment Is a Master's worth it?
Your response is what I relate to the most—which is my primary concern. I noticed this after I met my fellow classmates for my first semester last Fall. Many of them had come from a business or other backgrounds. Would you suggest a CS degree?