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Oct
22
answered When one should read 'Code Complete'?
Oct
22
answered What can slow a developer down?
Oct
21
comment How do you keep emails short but complete?
The beautiful thing about this principle is that it applies to code as well.
Oct
19
answered Who does test-driven development?
Oct
18
comment Should one use pseudocode before actual coding?
What are "PL" and "TL" that would approve your pseudocode?
Oct
18
answered Do speakers get paid for tech talks?
Oct
18
answered How do you maximise the knowledge that you gain from a programming book?
Oct
16
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Oct
15
answered Is COBOL still worth learning?
Oct
15
comment How to sell a high SO reputation at an interview
I'd like to hear more about how it "was one of the things that got [you your] current job." What did your boss say about it?
Oct
15
answered Is it out of line to give unsolicited constructive criticism to a programmer?
Oct
13
answered Are there laws to protect us from hackers who disclose vulnerabilities prior to alerting the vendor?
Oct
12
answered How do I evaluate if writing a book, article, or presenting at conference is worth it?
Oct
11
answered How do you respond to “Tell me a little bit about yourself.” question in interviews?
Oct
9
revised What should you leave behind for your successors?
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Oct
9
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Oct
8
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Oct
8
comment How to respond when you are asked for an estimate?
You can always say "I'll get back to you." If someone says "Well, I need an answer," say "If I give you an answer now, it will be a lie. I do not have enough information right now. It would be a disservice to us both for me to make something up on the spot."
Oct
8
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Oct
8
comment Effectiveness of “what is your greatest strength/weakness” interview questions
What you're actually asking then is "How can I convince my colleagues of something that I can't actually put into words myself."