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awarded  Good Question
Nov
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comment Elegant ways to handle if(if else) else
My cursor is hovering over the accept button... just to spite all the purists. Oooohh the temptation :D
Nov
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awarded  Nice Question
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asked Elegant ways to handle if(if else) else
Nov
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answered What language should an 11-year old start with to learn game programming?
Nov
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comment What language should an 11-year old start with to learn game programming?
@thephpdeveloper, might I suggest that your assumption is not correct? The C# and VB teams now work together.
Nov
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answered Best Practices for Handing over Legacy Code
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comment Is the market of small-scale development/production tools that difficult?
syntevo.com seem to be an example of doing this successfully.
Oct
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comment What do you do when you encounter an idiotic interview question?
You might like this link
Oct
26
comment When do you drop old technologies from your resume?
@Scott, I think your summary-as-a-comment deserves to be the accepted answer.
Oct
21
comment How do Programmers in the East see programmers in the West?
If you think that everyone in the West has upgraded to .Net 4.0, you might be sorely disappointed. (And if you can't buy the books, follow the blogs, there are lots of them...)
Oct
20
comment I am not a good programmer (in logic), how should I fix it?
You could always try this (warning, SERIOUSLY addictive if you are into puzzle solving)
Oct
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answered After 15 years of programming, how does one get out of it?
Oct
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comment What kinds of development jobs require knowledge of advanced concepts?
Ehm, the interesting jobs, maybe? :)
Oct
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comment Why is C not considered an 'object-oriented' language?
@asveikau, may I suggest that your (mis)interpretation of "idiom" as "of one's own" is mildly... idiosyncratic? :)
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answered Is it unusual for a small company (15 developers) not to use managed source/version control?