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Jun
27
comment What is the Best Way to Incentivize a Team of Developers?
@Lars, I actually agree with you. Even though I used it in my subject line, I still think it's a dumb word.
Jun
27
comment What is the Best Way to Incentivize a Team of Developers?
I do like the idea of tieing incentives to pre-set milestones, as opposed to just having the manager bring things up at performance review time. I always want to know in advance what I'm being judged on.
Jun
27
comment What is the Best Way to Incentivize a Team of Developers?
+1 Spot bonuses are great, especially if they're on a critical project.
May
12
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/…
May
8
comment c# interview with a programming task
There is a similar question on StackOverflow: stackoverflow.com/questions/70763/…
Mar
17
comment Where do I go to hire a freelance programmer?
Similar question: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/47312/…
Mar
16
comment Bugs vs. Nonexistent Features
That being said, we could start a whole new Q&A thread on what constitutes "reasonable expectations."
Mar
16
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.
Mar
3
comment UI Testing with Visual Studio 2010 Feature Pack 2
Thanks @Jim, I've been a fan of Telerik's Silverlight controls, but I hadn't looked at their testing products before. I wonder how it compares to the UI tests that Microsoft is providing.
Mar
2
comment Best books on Managing a Software Development Team?
The best I've found so far for managing a dev team.
Feb
13
comment Software Bug Bash Tips
Thanks @testerab, great suggestions. My goal at this point in the software development process is not to find every minute issue with the application, I am only interested in finding bugs that prevent the software from functioning properly. I will be using non-development staff for the bug bash, and I would like them to try to go through actual client scenarios for how the software will be used in the field.