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Nov
15
comment How to interview someone you know well?
@ysolik: The interview can take place in either a business world or a personal world, and the results in everyone else's eyes will correlate precisely. Someone else interviewing: If they get hired they passed. If they don't they didn't. You interviewing: If they get hired it was nepotism. If they don't it might have been a grudge, an I-showed-him, a power trip, etc. Business world or personal world: Choose.
Nov
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comment What's your favourite quote about programming?
David Wheeler maybe? programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/39/…
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Nov
10
comment How do you explain refactoring to a non-technical person?
@Peter: I think we've all had to go behind the TV at least once though. Just explain it as a hundred times worse and spin a yarn of cables everywhere and pull this and pull that and discover a dead civilisation somewhere in the mess.
Nov
10
comment How do you explain refactoring to a non-technical person?
@HedgeMage: In that case... +1, sounds perfect.
Nov
10
comment How do you explain refactoring to a non-technical person?
Not the best analogy because it makes it sound like bad stuff just spontaneously crawls into your theater, as oppose to the bad stuff appearing as a direct result of continuously building your theater.
Oct
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answered What's your favourite quote about programming?
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Oct
20
revised What should every programmer know about programming?
Tried to more suitably express my final points.
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answered What should every programmer know about programming?
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