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Jul
25
comment Are unit tests really that useful?
This is a great answer and deserves more upvotes, the reason being because you've addressed the questions and you've been honest in your appraisal of slowing the developer down and not promising that every bug will be caught or prevented, which is completely and utterly true.
Jul
19
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Feb
13
comment How does one keep up with all the new tools/languages/framework?
Read, and then 12 months later when you have the chance to experiment you have to read again...
Nov
30
comment How do regular expressions actually work?
I'm not sure about quicker, but my main reason for using regular expressions is due to the elegance of complex matching patterns, you simply won't find a better way to articulate it in a coding environment.
Oct
29
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Oct
21
comment When do you drop old technologies from your resume?
You are most productive when producing code in a language you like...
Oct
18
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Oct
4
comment Is it unusual for a small company (15 developers) not to use managed source/version control?
Not to mention that there are FREE source control providers, so it's not as if it's an expensive course of action.
Jul
12
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Jun
6
comment Solution organisation
Indeed, we've had similar issues here, I think 70 projects is madness personally and would question whether a) they are necessary or if so, then b) whether they need to be in the same solution.
Jun
6
answered Solution organisation
Oct
29
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Oct
29
answered Company PC refresh, laptop or desktop?
Oct
29
comment Company PC refresh, laptop or desktop?
A laptop on a docking station connected to 1 or 2 large monitors of course can match it...