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comment Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
Came here to yell at some kid pasting homework, was pleasantly surprised.
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answered Is it acceptable within the community of developers to copy open-source software and branch it?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
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comment Scrum: how to integrate work done by an overachieving developer out of band?
@daveD Quote from OP below: "Yes, by and large the work is high quality, with unit tests, comments, and usually shares what was done with other developers with a lot of detail (after the fact)."
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revised Scrum: how to integrate work done by an overachieving developer out of band?
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answered Scrum: how to integrate work done by an overachieving developer out of band?
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comment Is JavaScript “write once run everywhere”?
More like "Write once, debug everywhere"
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revised Is it reasonable to use git only on my local machine?
better UX
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answered Is it reasonable to use git only on my local machine?
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comment If I send an IPA over TestFlight, can it be used to deploy to the app store?
Generally, working for equity is a fool's game, especially if they're delaying like this on contracts. There are plenty of good jobs for good developers that don't require you to worry like this.
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comment What is a good toy example to teach version control?
Well, it's a tutorial for git, and I recommend it because it's A.) Simple, B.) In browser and C.) by GitHub.
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comment Having trouble understanding recursion
I find it always helps to have an example: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/206745/…
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