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revised Where and how to mention Stackoverflow participation in the résumé?
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asked Where and how to mention Stackoverflow participation in the résumé?
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comment When would someone be considered a bad programmer?
Also, when a programmer takes very little time to do something initially and then a lot of time to do some customization on that. I have often seen this happens because the programmer mostly copy pastes code (that's why fast in the beginning), but then takes lot of time because it is difficult (even for good programmers) to alter it from there because of the absence of the intent to write customizable code in the beginning.
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comment When would someone be considered a bad programmer?
+1 I have often used this term "Negative contribution" by a developer in our team, before even I came to know about "negative producing developer" here.
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comment I've stopped coding for fun, is this a bad sign?
+1 very well said, and I completely agree. Not only about the topic in hand, i.e. coding for fun, but for anything in life, we should not be much worried if something does not appear to be fun anymore. It is just the idea of fun changes as we grow up. It's all part of growing up.
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comment What's the most absurd myth about programming issues?
very well said Sergio.
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