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Sep
15
comment When would someone be considered a bad programmer?
Poor programmer uses more lines to write something than an experienced programmer. This is a horrible metric
Sep
15
comment When would someone be considered a bad programmer?
*and has been coding in that technology for a while
Sep
13
awarded  Critic
Sep
13
comment What's your favorite interview question?
MyList.reverse()
Sep
13
comment What's your favorite interview question?
Why is this a good question? Seems pointless to me
Sep
11
awarded  Commentator
Sep
11
comment What's the most absurd myth about programming issues?
To be fair... I DO know how to fix their machine 99% of the time
Sep
11
comment What was your worst software development day like?
I've heard of the same thing happening so now I always use transactions when doing this. But now I get caught by forgetting to commit or rollback instead
Sep
10
awarded  Teacher
Sep
9
comment What's the most absurd myth about programming issues?
It's a stereotype for a reason...
Sep
9
comment What's the most absurd myth about programming issues?
@Rusty Decaf? .
Sep
9
awarded  Supporter
Feb
19
comment How to handle people who lie on their resume
You probably lie all the time!
Feb
19
comment How to handle people who lie on their resume
Go to JoelOnSoftware.com or something?
Jan
19
comment What are the things Java got right?
Do you have a concise explanation of the bean concept I can read?
Jan
19
comment What are the things Java got right?
I disagree. Why doesn't C# make you define which Exceptions will be thrown? That's always a huge help to me in java.
Jan
19
answered What are the things Java got right?
Nov
26
comment Best way to relate code smells to a non technical audience?
Can we please stop using the term code smells? It makes me gag in my mouth a little every time I hear it. Thanks, yours truly.