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May
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comment How to conduct a 3 days training on current techniques like TDD and CI
Although specific to Rails, and it isn't a course they offer anymore, the Pragmatic Studio's TDD with Rails course description has a good outline for a TDD workshop that I've personally rejiggered and used internally. Might be useful for a scope check on that one part, for you.
Apr
23
comment is it possible for the author to trademark the name of an open-source application?
Also voted off-topic, but you can even trademark open source stuff with the same name when used differently (e.g. Fedora linux distro, Fedora digital object repository software), so even in open source there's plenty of work for lawyers...
Apr
15
revised Is continuous integration useful for a team of two developers who write a lot of code?
clarified question in title
Apr
15
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Apr
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Apr
8
answered How often do experienced programmers have trouble getting their code to perform its intended purpose?
Apr
4
comment Difference between Javabean and Java Beans
Does this SO question help? stackoverflow.com/questions/1361758/…
Apr
4
comment Can the overuse of custom taglibs disrupt the outsourcing of html designers?
@Renato Could you rephrase your question to specifically ask about alternatives for reusable UI components, instead of what you have (which to my mind answers itself)?
Apr
3
comment Approached to build app centered around new API and suddenly API is abandoned
I think if this question were focused more towards risks (& how to mitigate) of working as a third-party developer (e.g. what to look for in developer docs/company responses before you take the plunge), it could be a constructive question.
Apr
1
comment I'm going to quit my job because of our platform: how can I leave a productive explanation of this?
+1 I quit a job a few months ago for reasons almost entirely related to technology. I raised the issues early, revisited them throughout my time there, and when it became clear that things weren't going to change, said that I was going to change (by leaving). It was done respectfully, and I had plenty of exit interviews with people in which I got to outline all the issues, future problems they would likely encounter, etc. And that was that (in my case, I didn't wait until I had a job, but while it worked out for me, I agree that having something to go to is good!).
Mar
30
answered Are there code reviews in opensource projects? If so, what tools are used to do this?
Mar
29
answered What common term could be used for Web Services, Windows Services etc
Mar
28
comment Web Developer interview questions
For what it's worth, those are examples of questions I ask in interviews for entry/jr level web devs.
Mar
27
comment How to improve designer and developer work flow?
While I don't think the question entirely fits with UX SE (UX != UI), this UX SE question does have some workflow tips that could be applied to your situation: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/18069/… Secondarily, when I've worked in dev teams where designers' deliverables were big ol' image files (sub-optimal), they also had to deliver a list of font sizes and padding/margins so as to limit the fiddling time.
Mar
24
comment Examples of continuous integration workflow using git
Have you tried something that didn't work or didn't seem right, that you could describe & add to your question?
Mar
23
comment What are some good tips for a developer trying to design a scalable MySQL database?
Just a note: InnoDB is the default table type as of MySQL 5.5.5
Mar
23
comment What are some good tips for a developer trying to design a scalable MySQL database?
That "5 Ways" post does list some of the basic starting points in this area, and I'd really recommend getting up to speed with those -- you say some of it was over your head, but I will bet if you ask specific questions here/DBA SE/wherever applicable, you'll get it. Seriously.
Mar
22
comment How would you know if you've written readable and easily maintainable code?
...and after you read it, hand it to someone else to try to read.
Mar
20
comment Code ownership: What should I do when a dev leaves or team splits?
That would be a different question, perhaps better suited for Project Management SE depending on the focus, about maintaining a knowledgebase for the team (or company).
Mar
20
answered New Job Over Budget