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bio website brucealderman.info
location Kansas
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I'm the Lead Programmer for Johnson County Library, and a sometime writer for SitePoint.


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comment Is it unusual for a small company (15 developers) not to use managed source/version control?
+1 for "less than or equal to one"
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answered Should I list a website I created as experience on my resume?
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comment How to create Job Security?
+1 for focusing on career security rather than job security
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comment How to explain my 5 burnt-out years off to a new employer?
@jmort253 Any examples of recent work -- a web application, an open source project -- would be a good indicator of current skills and motivation.
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comment How to explain my 5 burnt-out years off to a new employer?
@user17332 Past burnout is not an issue to me, partly because I've gone through it myself. But I've moved beyond it and have been programming full time for the past four years.
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answered How to explain my 5 burnt-out years off to a new employer?
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answered Writing a job requirement for a web application developer
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revised How do you answer the question, “where do you see yourself in 5 years?”
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answered How do you answer the question, “where do you see yourself in 5 years?”
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comment If we can do functional programming with Python, do we need a specific functional programming language?
If Scheme has built-in procedures, why do we need a specific procedural programming language? If we can define objects in Haskell, why do we need a specific object-oriented language?