Thomas Langston
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Is Object Oriented Programming a solution to complexity?
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Object oriented programming manages essential and optional complexity, but does not reduce either. I prefer the definition provided by Eric Steven Raymond in The Art of Unix Programming, because it ...

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Professionalism of online username / handle
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I keep my professional brand tied to my real name. I don't use my real name for any other discussion (games, politics, pop culture). Besides a small circle of friends no one should know who my ...

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Standards for how developers work on their own workstations
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So how do you handle situations like this? You can solve this problem with a source control system that supports personal unstable branches and by maintaining frequent commits. A commit does not ...

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Object Oriented Programming Language performance ranking
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Omitting development effort, time, and cost you are going to get the most performance from a languages that are statically typed and compiled. Dynamic interpreted (or Just in time compiled a.k.a. JIT)...

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Will You Use an Online Technical Skills Test to Hire a Senior Developer?
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Would you use this kind of tests while hiring senior developer positions? Yes. What about just for objectively benchmarking candidates before calling them for interview? No. Benchmarking implies ...

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