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comment I don't know C. And why should I learn it?
@Fred: I like that
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comment Sales Manager: “Why is time-estimation so complex?”
Ask him to estimate exactly how much he's going to sell for the next year and why it's complicated to do so.
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comment I don't know C. And why should I learn it?
Web app, sorry...specifically CRUD applications with a database backend. You're more likely to find a bug with the Oracle database than in the .Net compiler, and there's not much you can/should do that about besides file a bug report.
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comment I don't know C. And why should I learn it?
I'm still not seeing a good reason why you really and truly know need to how the computer works to write a webpage other than "someday you might need to know*.
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comment What's the “normal” range for typing speed for developers?
I'd prefer my IDE to type as much as possible for me (auto-complete, great refactorings, etc)
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answered Is big-O really that relevant when working in industry?
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comment Will high reputation in Stack Overflow help to get a good job?
I got most of my rep from a [stupid answer][1]. I spend a lot of time answering old questions that never get voted up though, so I think it works itself out. [1]: stackoverflow.com/questions/1003841/…
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answered Real world T4 usage
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comment Why do .Net books talk about stack vs heap memory allocation?
I'm not sure I've seen that argument presented before in books along with the stack/heap discussion, but it's good one. +1
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comment Why do .Net books talk about stack vs heap memory allocation?
Thanks for the answer Eric. Your recent blog posts on the subject are what actually prompted me to post the question.
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accepted Why do .Net books talk about stack vs heap memory allocation?
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comment Why do .Net books talk about stack vs heap memory allocation?
My guess is that whoever wrote the original .Net documentation for that part made a big deal of it, and that documentation is what the authors originally based their books on, and then it just stayed around.