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answered What is the relevance of resumes in the age of GitHub, Stack Exchange, Coursera, Udacity, blogs, etc.?
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answered Why do ads for s/w engineers always say they “offer a fast-paced environment”?
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answered Customer relations in agile development
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answered Project Proposal templates/requirements
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comment Should I accept a job if pair programming is required?
With pair programming, you definitely have to keep an open mind. We do it in our office a bit (not officially), and it seems to help in some cases. I tend to agree with this wiki article on the benefits of pair programming, but YMMV: c2.com/cgi/wiki?PairProgrammingBenefits
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revised Recommended .NET / C# coding standards?
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revised Any advice from self-taught programmers on competing with more conventional types?
made changes to original response so it didn't sound so "absolute"
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comment Any advice from self-taught programmers on competing with more conventional types?
That doesn't mean my advice is rubbish. It's only a part of the answer. Likely the poster already does algorithm analysis... maybe not in the CS theoretical sense, but anyone who reads and writes code has at least some level of understanding on how to analyze an algorithm.
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answered Any advice from self-taught programmers on competing with more conventional types?
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answered How do you overcome your own coding biases when handed legacy code?
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answered Recommended .NET / C# coding standards?
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answered What is the (craziest, stupidest, silliest) thing a client/boss asked you to do?
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