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Jan
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asked What to do about “Failure Driven Development”?
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awarded  Critic
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comment Anti-depressant and programming: does it reduce your thinking and focusing abilities?
@Malfist, I guess I wasn't clear. I was merely trying to say those of us that sit 8-10 hours a day, should move 30-60 minutes as well. And my through personal experience, I feel better. I wasn't advocating it as a solution or answer, at least completely. I would have 'answered' in that case. I was trying to put my $0.02 in a comment.
Jan
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comment Anti-depressant and programming: does it reduce your thinking and focusing abilities?
IMHO, anyone who takes on a sedentary career should involve themselves in physical activity. I don't think it takes a psychologist to see that. Try 2-3 weeks of activity for yourself and see if you don't feel at least somewhat better. I can speak from my own experience, being only a developer who runs. (sometimes at lunch to clear my head during a hectic day)
Dec
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answered Best (worst) logically impossible task assigned to you?
Dec
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comment Separate servers vs local machine for builds, issue tracking etc on solo project
I would add a pro for separate server is you know you have everything under source control. You can't forget to commit something.
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awarded  Good Answer
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
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comment Is SourceSafe really safe?
With all the alternatives, it's hard to justify using, because when it goes south, that's what you'll have: Nothing.
Dec
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answered Is SourceSafe really safe?
Nov
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comment How do you take notes at a meeting?
Couple solutions. As stated, I use mind mapping software for the iPad. I got used to typing on the iPad, but you can use a wireless keyboard. It takes some getting used to. YMMV.
Nov
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answered How do you take notes at a meeting?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Mortarboard
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Nov
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comment What kind of notation is ->
@John, perhaps it would help if you rephrased your question and try a be a little more precise in what your asking. I'm not trying to be snarky, just trying to help you get the answer.
Nov
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comment What kind of notation is ->
IIRC, a '*' in front of a pointer is member dereference.
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answered What kind of notation is ->