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Sep
11
asked What do you think about the Joel Test?
Sep
10
comment How useful are infix operators in a programming language?
Overloading normal operators handles most cases of this
Sep
10
revised How useful are infix operators in a programming language?
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Sep
10
asked How useful are infix operators in a programming language?
Sep
10
answered Are there more efficient ways to search for help/documentation than Google/SO/…?
Sep
9
comment Should one write Big Oh complexity in the documentation of algorithms?
I don't like this answer either. It should be always documented, even if you haven't tested it
Sep
9
comment If one is to learn a new programming language each year, what should the list be?
You will learn a lot going from Java to C#, but not so much going the other way round
Sep
8
comment Getting non-programmers to understand the development process
Very good point about Microsoft
Sep
8
answered Technique to Solve Hard Programming logic
Sep
8
awarded  Beta
Sep
8
comment What should I do to scale out a high-traffic website?
Look at: highscalability.com
Sep
7
comment Most useful features of VIM that aren't standard in a IDE
@Brian: Surely they didn't emulate all of the advanced features?
Sep
7
asked Most useful features of VIM that aren't standard in a IDE
Sep
7
comment Do you prefer conciseness or readability in your code?
Learning the null coalescing operator will take more than a second - but if you don't know it, then you should learn it!
Sep
6
comment Have objects delivered in terms of code reuse?
Various articles. And from personal experience, making an object reusable isn't very easy at all
Sep
6
comment Have objects delivered in terms of code reuse?
Code reuse is definitely something to aim for, when you can avoid sacrificing code quality
Sep
6
answered When can you call yourself good at language X?
Sep
6
comment Programming as a conversation
Good points. This is most certainly, not an easy task
Sep
6
comment Programming as a conversation
@TheLQ: In a conversation you'd describe everything on a general level then go more specific
Sep
6
comment Have objects delivered in terms of code reuse?
I agree that objects make code nicer, but unfortunately such a large proportion of my objects aren't reusable. To often, making an object reusable means oversimplifying the situation