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Jan
20
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
20
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20
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Jan
20
answered One of my team members committed SQL injection-vulnerable code; should I report it to the manager?
Dec
23
answered How do you unit test a function that clears properties?
Dec
12
answered Scrum and backlogged issues
Nov
19
revised How to cultivate growth in developers in consulting environment
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Nov
19
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Nov
19
comment How to cultivate growth in developers in consulting environment
@im1dermike if you don't want to understand how/why your management likely acts the way they do, that's fine. I frankly don't care, it's your problem. But instead of criticizing this you might take the opportunity to actually think, "oh, so if this is how my management thinks about things, maybe I should act in light of that" instead of "no you're wrong!"
Nov
19
comment How to cultivate growth in developers in consulting environment
@im1dermike many (most?) companies effectively treat employees like interchangeable cogs they can replace at a whim with another interchangeable and equivalent cog. This is reflected in what I say. Whether or not you agree or like this doesn't affect whether or not it is how most companies operate.
Nov
19
answered How to cultivate growth in developers in consulting environment
Nov
19
answered Is there a difference learning VBA on Mac vs Windows
Nov
6
revised Loop runtime question
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Nov
6
answered Loop runtime question
Nov
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Nov
4
revised Why is most SQL written in YELLING?
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Nov
4
comment Why is most SQL written in YELLING?
@MattGiltaji whether or not the story is officially reproducible, the effects of "it once was this way so we still do it this way" are felt constantly for archaic processes - regardless of whether they are needed still. The example is still useful in answering the asker's question.
Nov
3
answered Why is most SQL written in YELLING?
Sep
23
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