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It's turtles all the way down.

Sep
28
awarded  Yearling
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
19
comment What are common code review processes and what is considered bad?
@user1207047: You shouldn't accept an answer because you like one of the comments underneath as it goes against the standards and purpose of the site (I think I'm sensing a pattern here). There is upvote comment functionality for that.
Dec
19
awarded  Informed
Sep
28
awarded  Yearling
Sep
28
awarded  Yearling
Sep
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
22
comment Why was Tanenbaum wrong in the Tanenbaum-Torvalds debates?
This made me laugh, FTA: "To put this discussion into perspective, when it occurred in 1992, the 386 was the dominating chip... and many companies that are household names today--Netscape, Yahoo, Excite--simply did not exist." @Robz: You weren't even born when these debates took place!
Feb
28
comment What's the difference between computer science and programming?
And the same isn't true for science? ;)
Feb
27
comment What's the difference between computer science and programming?
Someone forgot to the tell the open source community.
Jan
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
25
comment How can I convince a team member to use a web framework?
Have him write the web server, too. I don't trust those Apache creeps.
Jan
6
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
4
comment Is it unusual for a small company (15 developers) not to use managed source/version control?
I couldn't imagine developing without source control even when I'm the only developer.
Sep
29
awarded  Yearling
Jul
14
comment Software Engineer VS “Harder” Jobs
You're right, Jeremy. Abstract thought is required... as is understanding similes. Clearly, Aaron is either missing the simile altogether or he is the UPS driver ;)
Jun
27
awarded  Pundit
Jun
27
comment What is the Best Way to Incentivize a Team of Developers?
Much of Daniel Pink's writings should be taken with a grain of salt.
Jun
6
comment Do some programmers know some secrets that we others don't?
@Bobby: I've run into this type of coding myself. I've heard it described as a stupid use of cleverness.
Jun
6
comment Do some programmers know some secrets that we others don't?
Obtuse? Do you mean obscure?