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Feb
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comment What should I know about C++?
None yet. I was looking for good books too, but I've found too many of them and now I don't know where to start (stackoverflow.com/questions/388242/…)
Feb
1
asked What should I know about C++?
Jan
25
comment Being IDE dependent. How can it harm me?
Quamis: Isn't it the reverse? Having to type makes you choose short names that don't describe the class/method as well as a long name would.
Jan
18
comment Programming skills, problem solving genius or language guru?
"But programming is not an individual activity it requires a team of developers.": exactly, and that is why I'd add "social skills" to your list.
Jan
11
revised Would a language which doesn't allow comments yield more readable code?
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Jan
11
answered Would a language which doesn't allow comments yield more readable code?
Dec
15
comment Is there a useful correlation between choice of web-browser/search engine and good quality programmers?
@Alison: maybe you could post this as an answer? Especially as it is a good answer.
Dec
10
answered How did you learn about security in your web development?
Dec
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Dec
7
comment How important is graceful degradation of JavaScript?
exactly, I remember having read a lot of people turned Javascript off by mistake. Obviously that wouldn't happen to most of us here.
Dec
6
answered If you had to go back and re-learn your skill set, how would you do it?
Nov
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Nov
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Nov
26
accepted A measure of development speed
Nov
26
revised Motivation for programming in a specific language
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Nov
26
answered Motivation for programming in a specific language
Nov
26
answered When do I need to use a framework?
Nov
25
comment UI design and confirmation paradigm
@MPelletier: clicking on a button is much faster than looking for it, even if you have to click it ten times a day for a month. If the superfluous step was longer or more complicated, I'd remove it, though.
Nov
25
comment UI design and confirmation paradigm
@Thomas: the question specifically stated we weren't talking about a widely used app ("Granted that if Microsoft brought it out with say Windows-8 (fat chance, I know), people would get used to it eventually"). You can change users' habits when you build the software they will use everyday, otherwise it will annoy them.
Nov
25
answered UI design and confirmation paradigm