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re: Maintaining Motivation
Learning at work is more useful than learning at home—more...
re: What’s my skill set worth?
You can look at e.g. Stackoverflow survey to see what peopl...
re: Are Side Projects THAT Important?
If you're doing it for fun, great. But if you just want to ...
re: Work machines for the new year
Lenovo Thinkpads (except maybe the really thin ones?) are d...
re: Enthusiasts vs. Pragmatists: two types of programmers and how they fail
Not my experience, since at past few jobs I've worked at st...
re: Enthusiasts vs. Pragmatists: two types of programmers and how they fail
The danger with being an enthusiast on an open source proje...
re: Enthusiasts vs. Pragmatists: two types of programmers and how they fail
Oops, fixed the link. Try now.
re: Working less than 40h a week?
I work 32 hours a week or so. And I know other people who d...
re: How do you stand up to these issues at work?
It's time to find another job. Your company is terrible and...
re: The fine line between being lazy and challenging yourself
You shouldn't feel any shame about this regardless of wheth...
re: What's the deal with downing PHP development?
You might want to read blog.aurynn.com/2015/12/16-contemp.....
re: The distraction's killer
Beyond hacks to change your local mental state (e.g. music ...
re: Passionate or not passionate, that is the question?
"Passion" often is code word for "we want you to work 80 ho...
re: What are common myths about software careers?
You need to work long hours to be productive or to succeed ...
re: When is your code 'good enough'?
Right, and that's a specific situation with specific needs....
re: When is your code 'good enough'?
It's the other way around: "quality" has no meaning except ...
re: When is your code 'good enough'?
"Good code" or "Bad code" isn't a practical or useful way o...
re: Bye-bye pylint
mypy won't catch everything, e.g. pylint can catch closure ...
re: There's So Much To Learn, Yet So Little Time!
Not doing much Twisted these days, alas.
re: There's So Much To Learn, Yet So Little Time!
Best place to learn in depth is on the job. You have real ...
re: What do you wish you had learned when learning your first programming language?
The really short version is "everything I learned in the ne...
re: What are your Interview tips and tricks? Besides having knowledge
Research the company, and customize your pitch to the comp...
re: Nervous on first programming job
Anytime you start a job you're going to be anxious and nerv...
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