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comment What can a technically proficient senior software developer study to keep improving
@Ozz: I don't care anymore, I think it's enough. The amount of interesting questions for me has been constantly decreasing on this site. I have a feeling that it's a wasted effort to ask or answer anything over here. And maybe even in SO/SE in general.
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comment What can a technically proficient senior software developer study to keep improving
Well, I honestly don't know which questions are not off-topic these days. It's actually becoming hard to find any interesting discussions here lately. Ok, w/e, just lock the topic...
Mar
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comment When to pay for C++ compilers
@YannisRizos: If I'm not mistaken, C++ compilers are no longer a part of the Windows SDK - msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/hh852363.aspx Are they?
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asked What can a technically proficient senior software developer study to keep improving
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answered Entropy in large scale software systems
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comment Is modern C++ replacing C#? Is Microsoft pushing developers to adopt C++?
@Telastyn: It might be a good idea to look for a better workplace. The C++ experts that say C++ is not productive or not the first choice for most tasks are not C++ experts. Really. They probably don't use libraries and still use C like style, with bad overall architecture.
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revised At what point is asynchronous reading of disk I/O more efficient than synchronous?
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answered At what point is asynchronous reading of disk I/O more efficient than synchronous?
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comment Compiling OpenGL Assembly Language (ARB) assembly code
@Fr34K: Yeah, resorting to assembly for better cross platform/product compatibility is exactly the wrong way to approach the problem. You want higher abstraction level, not lower.
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answered Compiling OpenGL Assembly Language (ARB) assembly code
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comment Is Ubuntu workable as a laptop for an IT consultant?
It's ok. The only thing I would say, is to choose Mint, which is Ubuntu minus the fugly Unity.
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