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Jan
20
answered What to legitimately charge clients for
Jan
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
17
answered Choosing between two programmers: experience vs. passion
Jan
11
answered Would a language which doesn't allow comments yield more readable code?
Jan
11
answered Is nesting types considered bad practice?
Jan
10
answered Failed Project: When to call it?
Jan
5
comment Why is C# ASP.NET generally not regarded as a rapid web development framework?
Not really when you have an app with hundreds of pages and classes.
Jan
5
answered Why is C# ASP.NET generally not regarded as a rapid web development framework?
Dec
30
comment Why do good programmers have ugly websites?
@Philip Time in my book IS money.
Dec
30
answered Why do good programmers have ugly websites?
Dec
30
comment As a code monkey, how to discuss programming with a guy who almost has a doctorate in computer science
I bet he didn't :-) Look, as I said - quite a lot to exchange. I am not minimizing his accomplishments, it takes a lot to go all the way through PhD when you see others your age making money and raising a family. But also there is no experience like real life experience - having someone paying you to do a job, dealing with pressures and relationships beyond academia and so forth. Believe me, my son is in Medical School, he tells me it is hard sometimes knowing that he will only be able to start "real work" when he is more than 30 years old.
Dec
29
answered As a code monkey, how to discuss programming with a guy who almost has a doctorate in computer science
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awarded  Nice Answer
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Dec
24
answered What is the difference between WCF service and a simple Web service in developing using .NET Framework?
Dec
23
answered Are there any arguments that can make a contractor reconsider working on fixed price?
Dec
23
comment Under what circumstances should error messages be presented to the user?
I guess the downvoter is one of those that likes to show the users cryptic messages - "Not enough memory to display this dialog." or "Error Keyboard not found. Press F1 to continue."
Dec
23
answered Under what circumstances should error messages be presented to the user?
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