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My name is J├Ârgen Kosche and I'm a programmer. I use mostly Java.

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comment What do you think was a poor design choice in Java?
I easily could make a similar list with 'I want to program in Python like I do in Perl, and it doesn't work. Therefore Python sucks.' That's ridiculous. A little basic knowledge you should learn about a language, before use. The guy can't program in Java (no problem with that) and isn't willing to accept that or willing to lean (thats bad).
Jul
15
revised Best way to share / “donate” a C# software - and what license?
fix typo in title
Jul
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suggested suggested edit on Best way to share / “donate” a C# software - and what license?
Apr
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comment What superstitions do programmers have?
My experience is: If I get no compiler-error and no obvious other error on the first time, I have built-in some deep data-changing on nearly never-happening conditions error. Good thing is, my first try seldom compiles correctly. :-)
Apr
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comment What superstitions do programmers have?
That comic describes this behaviour: phdcomics.com/comics/archive.php?comicid=638
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revised Advanced subversion techniques, what am I missing?
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Dec
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answered How successful is GPL in reaching its goals?
Dec
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revised Why does Microsoft have such a bad reputation with the people involved in open source?
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answered version control for small team
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answered Why does Microsoft have such a bad reputation with the people involved in open source?
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comment Are SMART goals useful for programmers?
That's not the purpose of SMART. SMART should help you (or management) to make better goals. You will have goals in any project, if they are SMART or not. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMART_criteria
Dec
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comment Are SMART goals useful for programmers?
I see it similar to gbn: not related to SMART. The development-team will get goals from management (or directly from the customer) anyways, if they are following SMART-criteria or not.