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Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Jun
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awarded  Caucus
Dec
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answered confusion between SVN and code backup by month/date/time whenever i make major or important update to the code
Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
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answered Will Python developers find it easier to learn C (and vice versa)?
Oct
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comment Why is it so difficult to get a programming job?
nice summary of do's and dont's :-)
Sep
22
comment Hate repetition to the extreme
You should really read that through again and remove half the text. "Remove half the words on your pages, and then remove half of what's left" (Steve Krug) ;-)
Mar
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awarded  Commentator
Mar
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comment Interesting interview question
I was a little confused by you calling 'int i' an iterator. Maybe I lack knowledge and that can really be called an iterator, but for me an iterator is something a little more complex related to Data Structures.
Mar
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
17
answered Using version control in an IDE
Mar
17
answered Python: Future as a major programming language?
Mar
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comment Should we put the specification documents in source control system such as svn?
It doesn't adress the "Overwriting changes from multiple editors" issue though.
Mar
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answered Should we put the specification documents in source control system such as svn?
Mar
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accepted What software development process should I learn first for a solo project?
Mar
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awarded  Scholar
Mar
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comment What do you do to remain productive when working on your own?
@Morons I do think some kind of discipline such as work X time and then take a break is helpful (like the Pomodoro Technique). If you always take a break when you feel you need one maybe you'll never get anything done ;-)
Feb
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answered What should web programmers know about cryptography?
Feb
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comment Is slower performance of programming languages, really, a bad thing?
@SK-logic Computer predictability is way overstated. As Joseph Weizenbaum pointed out very well, large system tend to get so complicated that they are in no way predictable and nobody is able to PREDICT the outcome of a certain execution. It becomes a matter of faith or hope. You can not formally prove that a program will always do what you intented (therefore it's not predictable).