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Bachelor's in Computer Science

Currently a junior Java developer.

Pick the language best for the task! Knowing the tools you have to work with is the first step to finding the right one, so keep learning!

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answered Will this “wireless” syntax for my framework make for good code structure / design?
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reviewed Reviewed Dynamic Query Generation : suggestion for better approaches
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reviewed Leave Closed Your thoughts on Best Practices for Scientific Computing?
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answered Git alternative to a shelveset in TFS
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comment Are header files actually good?
I'm not familiar with the tools in C and C++, but most IDEs/code editors I've worked in have a "structure" or "outline" view.
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revised Is there an anti pattern for historically grown software?
Add wikipedia link for more information
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comment Can a system be 100% Data Driven?
Only if you write your own programming language. If you really have the need to write a lot of applications that are that similar, you may need better libraries, better architecture, or in an extreme case a Domain Specific Language (DSL).