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131 votes

Why do people still say Java is slow?

65 votes
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Do you prefer conciseness or readability in your code?

49 votes

Frankly, do you prefer Cowboy coding?

46 votes

How often do you use Formal UML?

43 votes
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Is it wise for a high level developer to spend time studying assembly?

35 votes
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Is there still a need for writing SQL?

31 votes

How important is the ability to touch-type?

31 votes

Do you think that exposure to BASIC can mutilate your mind?

27 votes

VB.Net vs C# debate

20 votes

What are the advantages and disadvantages to using your real name online?

20 votes

What's a good Programming Metaphor?

16 votes
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GPL in the workplace?

14 votes

Why aren't macros included in most modern programming languages?

13 votes
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Does anybody ever uses the OpenId url Log in?

12 votes

Which programming languages don't use operator precedence besides Lisp-like languages?

12 votes
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When is it right to edit the code written by a co-worker?

12 votes

Why do programmers still use mailing lists?

8 votes

Would a statically typed alternative to JavaScript on webpages be practical?

6 votes

Writing programs without graphical IDE

5 votes

Why do some projects not use generics

5 votes

Have objects delivered in terms of code reuse?

4 votes

Delphi doesn't have Lambda Expressions and I'm a Delphi programmer, what am I missing out on?

4 votes

Are programmers who read programming-related books still rare?

3 votes
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ASP.NET AJAX and my axe!

3 votes

What would be the best way to handle errors in parallel programs?

2 votes

Staying alert and awake while coding

1 vote

Is the abundance of frameworks dumbing down programmers?

1 vote

Does anyone else feel that iterator syntax sugar is a must have in a modern language?

1 vote

How have you found, refined and maintained your coding style?

1 vote

Should development methods squash a developer's individualism?