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comment What are some useful resources for learning tuple calculus?
well... Google has always been a good resource. For example I just hacked my Diff Eq quiz, while never having worked on the sections, by using google and searching for examples. Its quite a novelty isn't it? sarcasm
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comment What are good projects to create to show your future employers?
great question, I'm curious what the responses will be since I'm somewhat in a similar position (not graduating yet though).
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comment Starting developer fighting with webforms, is moving to MVC a good idea?
I've had similar experience with PHP. The biggest problem I had was that I couldn't find any tutorial that is coincise, error-free and would provide me with a base knowledge necessary to move on to framwroks like CakePHP. Every single tutorial I tried was pure crap. Then I tried frameworks and could not even get them set up (after messing with them for hours). After many hours of frustration, i threw in the towel and now am learning python and django. I would suggest you find this person some quality resources upon which he can build knowledge.
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comment Is it better to team up with a designer, or to piece out design work to a contractor?
Well its never too late to start learning about it anyway (in your spare time or something). The insight gained might be valuable later down the road.
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comment Is it better to team up with a designer, or to piece out design work to a contractor?
Perhaps it would be a good idea to work more on your design skills.
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comment Is it normal for a company to have programmers on such a rigid schedule?
+1 Juggling chainsaws. Couldn't resist.
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comment How long should someone take classes in a language they don't plan to work professionally in?
+1 for elaborating/story telling
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comment Android learning curve (Hello, Android 3rd ed. Book)
sounds good, but I don't need a complete introduction. I'm halfway through with my current java book. Are you suggesting that Java 2 is of such high caliber that I should read that one too? This is my book: amazon.com/Starting-Out-Java-Control-Structures/dp/0136080200/… .
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comment Android learning curve (Hello, Android 3rd ed. Book)
so should I put down the android book and finish the Java books first? or should I do both at the same time.
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comment Android learning curve (Hello, Android 3rd ed. Book)
Right now I'm reading Starting out with Java: from control structures through objects. Should I get Just Java 2 after I finish this book?
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comment Android learning curve (Hello, Android 3rd ed. Book)
I really haven't covered arrays at all in my java book yet. I guess I will start working on my java and drop android for a few days perhaps.