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Feb
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comment How do you keep cool when production system goes down?
Step One: Compose a 300 word post on programmers.stackexchange.
Jan
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Jan
21
comment What techniques/methodologies do you use to organize your own open source projects, and why?
Of course! "Create and perfect". One feature that does exactly what I need is better than 20 features that are all mediocre.
Jan
21
answered What techniques/methodologies do you use to organize your own open source projects, and why?
Jan
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Jan
17
revised I'm porting my app from iOS to Android: what do I need to know?
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Jan
17
comment I'm porting my app from iOS to Android: what do I need to know?
When you say "Landscape is required" do you mean in addition to portrait? My app only does a few things in the background on iOS, do I need to explicitly opt-out of running in the background if I don't need to be doing anything in the background?
Jan
17
comment I'm porting my app from iOS to Android: what do I need to know?
In answer to @Nassign's comment-as-an-answer: I certainly would have gotten a lot more answers if I had posted on Stackoverflow, but browsing Programmers it looks like there's a lot of these types of questions that are being migrated over here. If it would be more appropriate for that forum, I can ask it over there.
Jan
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asked I'm porting my app from iOS to Android: what do I need to know?
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Dec
6
comment How much time a week do you spend on extracurricular programming?
Good answer. I'm also looking for answers of the type: "My app is selling 200 times a day and I wrote it in 4 months by working x hours per week"
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Nov
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asked How much time a week do you spend on extracurricular programming?
Oct
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Oct
19
comment Should one use pseudocode before actual coding?
Not to mention it's a great aid for scanning the code later.
Sep
29
comment When deciding on whether or not to work for a new company, what are your dealbreakers?
@configurator They probably had one first-gen iPod Touch that they all shared.
Sep
29
comment When deciding on whether or not to work for a new company, what are your dealbreakers?
I interviewed with a place that was getting into iPhone development, but their source control was windows only. Each dev had two machines, a Mac Mini and a windows machine they used to make commits. It sounded like a nightmare.
Sep
29
comment When deciding on whether or not to work for a new company, what are your dealbreakers?
@orokusaki My current employer has a 40MB limit. In practice it's not annoying, as we never use email to exchange documents. 40MB holds a lot of text only emails. Previous job, the limit was extremely aggravating, because you had to clean out your box every day.
Sep
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