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MGaluzzi
1 week ago

I was talking to my kid about my childhood, and the topic of old computers came up. When it hit her that we didn’t have the internet then, she was curious...

Phil Johnson
2 weeks ago
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We seem to be surrounded by software these days, but it's obviously been around now for a decades, affecting our lives in many ways. For you tech pros, in...

Phil Johnson
4 weeks ago
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If you develop software for a living, what are some of the fears that keep you up at night? For example, an unreproducible bug in production code?...

dvarian
9 weeks ago

I overheard a conversation today where two programmers were talking and one used the term “semaphore.” The only way I’ve ever heard the work semaphore used...

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Phil Johnson
9 weeks ago
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Writing code for a living obviously involves a lot of typing. Does being able to type without looking at the keyboard or screen improve your productivity as...

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Phil Johnson
11 weeks ago
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Are you a software developer who was a particular attachment to a keyboard? What's your keyboard of choice for writing code and why?

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Phil Johnson
13 weeks ago
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It's an impossible question to answer, obviously, but a fun one to kick around anyway. Who do you think is currently the best programmer in the world today...

Phil Johnson
16 weeks ago
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Do you have experience working as - or with - an older programmer in a startup? By "older" I mean beyond 20-something, possibly with a family and...

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