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Apr
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comment C++ and the use of old Visual Studio versions
I severely disagree with the statement about VS6 - the C++ compiler is both utterly horrible and not supported any longer by MS. You cannot conceivably write anything remotely resembling halfway modern C++, nor can you use some of the more advanced and useful libraries like boost. Well, you can use small parts of it...
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Mar
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answered Do we learn better with video or text or is it personal preference?
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answered Contractor - Acceptable Payment Terms?
Mar
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comment Contractor - Acceptable Payment Terms?
You're in the UK, right? So who hasn't paid you - the agency or is the client supposed to be paying you directly? I've contracted in the UK for years and often the problem isn't the client but the agency. You also mention an umbrella company so you basically seem to have all the usual moving parts that seem to go wrong.
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Mar
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answered How to have an improved relationship with recruiters?
Mar
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comment How to have an improved relationship with recruiters?
Very good point - unfortunately there are a lot of used car salesweasel types out there in the recruitment business, so personal recommendations are usually worthwhile.
Mar
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comment Can you change a license once you pick one?
That's not really a solution to the license issue (ie, the legal license under which the software is released to the general public), though.
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answered Is LISP still useful in today's world? Which version is most used?
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answered Getting graduates up to speed?
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