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comment Unobtrusive JavaScript (regarding asp.net mvc3) not clear
Do either of the answer below answer your question?
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comment Unobtrusive JavaScript (regarding asp.net mvc3) not clear
This is correct. JQuery has changed a lot in a few short years.
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comment Harmful temptations in programming
@Adam > xkcd.com/323
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comment what is the reason for using xslt?
None. See news.ycombinator.com/item?id=1330607 ...
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comment Should newbies use IDE autocomplete (Intellisense)?
students were asked to write simple methods by hand...they couldn't. It comes down to what you are try to teach them. General programming concepts, or language specific syntax?
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answered Getting started with C# and Databases
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answered Does being a Senior Developer using one language qualify you to be a Senior Developer using another language?
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comment Choosing between two programmers: experience vs. passion
@Matthew, I'm loving the fact that the top two voted answers are polar opposites :D
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comment Choosing between two programmers: experience vs. passion
@Qwerky - I know the feeling, but do not give in to poor management practices! Insist on code-review from a technical manager or a lead programmer with your manager present. codinghorror.com/blog/2006/01/code-reviews-just-do-it.html
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comment Choosing between two programmers: experience vs. passion
I did mention the catch though In at 9, out at 5, one hour for lunch. No lates, no weekends.. Also, is someone who writes clean, concise, patterned, understandable, maintainable, testable, on time code really too good to be true? Or just experienced and professional?