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Software Developer & Engineer. Part-time geek. Part-time scuba diving instructor.


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answered When should I make the first commit to source control?
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comment What kinds of projects is SCRUM considered to be suitable for?
Yes - it was recently said by Cheryl Hammond (blog.bsktcase.com), an ALM Consultant with Northwest Cadence on a talk she gave titled "A Scrum Masters Day In The Life: The New Visual Studio". You can watch it here: msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/…
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answered Testing To Prevent Cascading Bugs
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answered What kinds of projects is SCRUM considered to be suitable for?
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answered Do you need to buy Visual Studio to develop/deploy an ASP.NET web application?
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answered Can I use publicly mentioned algorithms for writing programs?
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answered Should a developer have fast-typing skill?
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comment How to become a JavaScript ninja?
+1 for experience, I'm afraid. There's really no other way. If you can't get it at work, either do some pet projects at home, or get involved in open-source software. Even fixing tiny bugs in a JS library you admire will be a massive learning experience.
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answered What is the best/ethical way to estimate code clean-up?
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answered How much should I worry about the edge cases?
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answered Will staying in this position affect my career negatively?
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answered Defining a standard
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comment Why don't all companies buy developers the best hardware?
So, by the same token, car manufacturers should have to work outside, because sometimes their cars will be driven in the rain? ;)