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revised Is is possible to unit test a web forms site
kind of improved the answer
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comment Is is possible to unit test a web forms site
True, seems I skipped this information in the question :/
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answered Is is possible to unit test a web forms site
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comment Is it a good idea to always use Google as the first step to solving a problem?
and then blindly copy and paste code, hoping it works Never ever copy code you don't understand!
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comment Team of 1: Do I need Project Management & Versioning Software?
You could break the management down to personal management. Have some friends who use redmine/trac for private todo management and the wiki for their private knowledgebase. Both statements are valid so it is up to his mind if he needs a tool for self organizing or not.
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answered Team of 1: Do I need Project Management & Versioning Software?
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comment Scaling yourself up against a better programmer/role model?
@James: like Ben said, just remember what you have learned in the last month. If you haven't learned anything, you should think about the reason and change it!
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comment What should developers know about UNIX-based systems?
You may also want to read this: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/89249/…
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comment Why don't all companies buy developers the best hardware?
I was lucky, my boss just asked me about the percentage my productivity will increase when I get the second display I was asking for. I said something around 10% (when I remember correctly) and it was ok for him. I got 2 new displays because the old one was 15" but the new one where 19" (5 years ago)... +1 for this great question
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revised Why don't all companies buy developers the best hardware?
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answered Punishing users for insecure passwords
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comment Continuously Improving output of a team
@Marco: That's true but to be honest: I am sick of people always complaining about improvements in every area... it is ok to keep trying to stay at the limit, but you should also accept that there is a limit.