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bio website linkedin.com/in/sganders
location Singapore, Singapore
age 53
visits member for 4 years, 6 months
seen Mar 8 at 14:11

professional software developer since 1988 - can be reached at anders43@gmail.com

gamer since 1981 !


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answered Can you “stop” a C program from being reverse engineered?
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Caucus
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comment Dealing with engineers that frequently leave their jobs
I think it depends a bit on how you ask and the persons involved. I have had a few good post-interviews and some not so good. The chance of getting some useful info is worth it.
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Necromancer
Jul
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revised Finding a new job when my skillset isn't matching the job ads
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revised Finding a new job when my skillset isn't matching the job ads
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answered Finding a new job when my skillset isn't matching the job ads
Jul
22
comment How to improve my trade
great idea with the journalism approach!
Jul
21
answered Becoming a better C/Java programmer
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20
awarded  Editor
Jul
20
revised What to do if a team member misses a sprint planning?
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Jul
20
answered What to do if a team member misses a sprint planning?
Jul
20
comment Why don't all companies buy developers the best hardware?
In a company I worked previously we had the same issue with tightfisted manager, it ended that people would buy privately parts and put them into their office machines. It was just not worth the effort to argue about it. ;-)
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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comment What is the best advice to give someone in this industry who resists change?
I've experienced the opposite too, some young punk programmer jumping on each new technology and then applying it to an existing project with the result of delaying it due to bugs in the new technology. A certain amount of resistance is healthy.