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Apr
27
comment Is constantly looking for code examples a sign of a bad developer?
This argument only makes sense for technology that already exists 20 years ago. And yes, you are very lucky to land a job with mostly just knowledge of SQL (your "yard"), which is insufficient by today's standards.
Jul
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answered Should temporary code be put under version control and how?
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Apr
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answered Why would you use data structures (ie Binary Trees, Linked Lists) in your jobs/side projects?
Apr
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comment Why would you use data structures (ie Binary Trees, Linked Lists) in your jobs/side projects?
might be better if people reply with the respective languages they are using
Apr
4
comment How to represent a Rubik's Cube in a data structure
@PeterAllenWebb the argument on perspective is spot on. Some perspectives that actually represent an identical problem, can be radically different but are suited for their respective unique situations (tic-tac-toe vs sum-to-15)
Apr
4
comment How to represent a Rubik's Cube in a data structure
Just want to comment that this would make for a nice prolog programming practice. I'm looking at all those logic constraints with glee.
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Feb
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answered How do people read big technical books?
Feb
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comment Should I intentionally break the build when a bug is found in production?
@Warren P it works when people ignore tests correctly, but some ignore tests by making them green
Jan
25
answered How long does it take for one to become really comfortable in a programming language and coding starts being fun?
Jan
21
comment Should I intentionally break the build when a bug is found in production?
@sleske that would be ideal, I just want to be sure that ignoring failures do not automatically turn into a success
Jan
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Jan
21
comment What are the common approaches & practices for big applications?
I feel even the experts may not know the best practices all the time, but they are in a better position to identify and find out what they do not know.
Jan
21
answered Is software testing actually done on professional projects?
Jan
21
answered Should I intentionally break the build when a bug is found in production?