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answered How to start learning J2EE, especially JPA
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answered How can I thoroughly evaluate a prospective employer?
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answered Visual Studio 2010 - Local File History
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revised Does Silverlight have a future?
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answered Using JOIN keyword or not
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answered Learning C# quickly (given I already know…)
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answered What features/changes would you most like to see in Visual Studio 2012?
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comment Will Java still be relevant in 5 years?
An article from the same site on job trends shows that Java still has more job listings than any other language: readwriteweb.com/enterprise/2011/05/…
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answered Will Java still be relevant in 5 years?
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answered Does Silverlight have a future?
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answered Correct path towards a Microsoft certification?
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comment c# interview with a programming task
There is a similar question on StackOverflow: stackoverflow.com/questions/70763/…
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answered How to present self-taught knowledge?
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comment Where do I go to hire a freelance programmer?
Similar question: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/47312/…
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accepted Custom Request Templates
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comment Bugs vs. Nonexistent Features
That being said, we could start a whole new Q&A thread on what constitutes "reasonable expectations."
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comment Bugs vs. Nonexistent Features
That makes sense. A missing feature can be considered a bug if the testers have a reasonable expectation that it should be in the software at that point.