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bio website dutchgarrison.nl
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seen May 27 at 7:12

I work as a software developer at an IT company in the Netherlands.


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comment Should I include `assembly` as programming language in the CV?
Excellent answer!
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answered How do you judge if you're paid enough?
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comment Where to find Developers to work for a Start-Up with the pay being shares
That's nice, but you are forgetting a few things: Microsoft offered you a paycheck back then as well, and open source projects don't get payed from the get go, so there won't be any expectations. My opinion is that stock should be a bonus, and never be the sole payments of your efforts.
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comment Where to find Developers to work for a Start-Up with the pay being shares
Ah ok.. well if you read your post in a serious voice, it sounds very convincing :)
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comment How do you go about understanding others' code?
Thanks for the book tip, but you did not state Folwers refactoring methods anywhere in your post, so I assumed you meant refactoring to your own set of standards. Which might be another set of standards by your co-workers, resulting in the neverending stories and holy wars. Therefor refactoring is not always the answer.
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comment How do you go about understanding others' code?
@bold: no, of course there is no way, but to refactor all the code you come across seems a bit overkill to me.. Just learn to adjust to other peoples code style, instead of refactoring (and perhaps breaking) working code.
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comment Help me learn to program with humility?
Excellent answer
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answered How do you go about understanding others' code?
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comment How do you go about understanding others' code?
And when people need to view your code, they refactor it again? Neverending story (hum: hihihihihihihi)..
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answered Where to find Developers to work for a Start-Up with the pay being shares
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comment Where to find Developers to work for a Start-Up with the pay being shares
Are you serious? Once money is involved, its no longer a hobby, and things will turn out very ugly very soon. A hobbist cannot be bothered for bugs, support and such things, since his McDonalds manager will not allow him to call with customers when flipping burgers..
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