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re: 10 Top Reasons To Have a Career in Tech
Overall I fully agree that's a good carrier path, that you ...
re: How I intend to become a better software developer
This is interresting and I think you'll learn lot of good t...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
github is just one actor inside what you call voluntary mar...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
But the policy doesn't say it. You say it. They don't So th...
re: How do you survive over a year of rejected applications?
Ok, so for me there likely several "issues", that explain w...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
"Just move to X place" glosses over so many hurdles, many o...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
Let's be honest we all do it. People buy from china/brazil ...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
I think the cost of living in Bay Area or worst in San Fran...
re: Why (I think) "Cost of Living" pay for remote workers is BS.
Globally you have to pay people enough so they accept to wo...
re: Can We Stop Pretending Planning Software Development Can Be “Certain”?
Exactly. I remember that in FogBuzz for example (JIRA/Bugzi...
re: Everything That's Not Tested Will Break
From the view of a customer, it's not easy to understand t...
re: Everything That's Not Tested Will Break
A few remarks on my side: In the industry, typically 10% ...
re: What I'd like to hear from an experienced developer when I was a beginner
Well I do not really agree there because one is quite likel...
re: Are interruptions really worse for programmers than for other knowledge workers?
I'am sure the problem exist for everybody. This is finally ...
re: Tech Screenings: Why The Interview Process Fails Candidates
I was also quite a few time in the interviewer position. I ...
re: How screwed would your employer be if you died suddenly?
For the documentation reading, even when it is available an...
re: How screwed would your employer be if you died suddenly?
You are in a specific situation as working in a very small ...
re: What kind of programmer are you?
I kind of get the Apprentice/Junior/Senior... Even if I agr...
re: Backend or Frontend First?
I learned to design the system from the user and so UI poi...
re: What new hardware to buy ...
The key feature of a computer is to run software and to do ...
re: What new hardware to buy ...
A desktop box with an i5 (still more powerfull actuall than...
re: Most of the value of great web software will be realized years from now
I am not sure I am getting it. For example where does that ...
re: What new hardware to buy ...
Laptops cost twice as much for the same hardware and have h...
re: What new hardware to buy ...
Agree that SSD 256GB is the minimum if you have only 1 HDD....
re: What new hardware to buy ...
Just to say, my destop windows computer at home is like tha...
re: Understanding The Hierarchy of Competence
Yep, that the issue. An unrelated but key aspect of being i...
re: What new hardware to buy ...
What as developper gives you the max efficiancy ? First an...
re: 19 Types of Developers Explained
To me, you'll not be able to be fully accomplished in all. ...
re: Understanding The Hierarchy of Competence
To me you likely have to learn continuously but you don't h...
re: Understanding The Hierarchy of Competence
This is interresting, in particular the part when discussin...
re: Explain in few words what is Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment?
Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployement mean that ...
re: Is Uncle Bob serious?
Processes are able to detect some easy to spot defect like ...
re: Do you ever get frustrated with your Junior Developer(s)?
Hello Andrew. Well this depends ;) Of the senior dev in qu...
re: Modern Java Development is Fast
"So, basically, I would not start optimizing for theoretica...
re: From procedural to objects applying the tell don't ask principle
The exercise is intended to be a part of a domain model. A...
re: From procedural to objects applying the tell don't ask principle
You refactoring proposition is insightful and interresting,...
re: Modern Java Development is Fast
So we use java 8 and lambda there. We don't really use lomb...
re: Do you think there is a language better suited for solving data structures and algorithms?
If you only know javascript and want to get some "full stac...
re: Do you (re)arrange your class methods? Why?
I try to put methods working on the same subject near to ea...
re: The Software Product “Issue Cycle Phenomenon
From personal experience I would add a few things: Some p...
re: What do you learn when learning programming?
Basically programming is about converting data in one model...
re: What made you switch your main programming language?
Before even going to university and while in it I learned l...
re: How to apply your coding skills to turn yourself into a self-made millionaire
Sebastian, I understand your concerns, but you have to also...
re: The non-broken promise of static typing
I would say most successful projects in a company will even...
re: Efficient developers write programs for themselves
I agree and interrestingly, you want to automate, gain time...
re: The non-broken promise of static typing
To me this isn't really about finding bugs. When the codeba...
re: On recruiting contractors and developers
Ultimately I found for myself that most of the stress and w...
re: How to apply your coding skills to turn yourself into a self-made millionaire
You can be extremely negative on everything. But the truth ...
re: How do you know your code is bad?
From experience the point number 3 is a huge source of prob...
re: What is a Microservice?
There no theoretical difference between service over the ne...
re: Developer under time pressure ? work faster : work better
Scope, quality or budget... Typically, you can't have all 3...
re: Java may be verbose, but who cares?
I agree that network services on a resiliant exchange forma...
re: Java may be verbose, but who cares?
To me, these no silver bullet. Micro-service is just a way ...
re: Java may be verbose, but who cares?
To be honest micro service is a special case of modularity ...
re: Java may be verbose, but who cares?
Well you see again that the culture. The language play a ro...
re: Java may be verbose, but who cares?
The LOC is often used to measure complexity, and it is ofte...
re: On code readability in object-oriented languages
I would argue this depends what we speak of. If we speak o...
re: The broken promise of static typing
I guess for developers like you or me that love our craft, ...
re: The broken promise of static typing
About huge projects do we know in advance? Well I guess it ...
re: The broken promise of static typing
The most visible correlation in your data is that the more ...
re: The broken promise of static typing
Many aspects affect the number of unfixed and solved bugs l...
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