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The Perfect Development Environment

This is a reply to http://thinkvitamin.com/dev/the-perfect-development-environment/ Work Setting I prefer to be alone, with no one walking around, having conversations on the phone or asking questions. And yes, barking dogs are bad while you try to focus on source code^^ If people can not keep their mouth shut, loud music helps a lot. Use the headphones,…
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Do not

reverse_and_create : function(files){ var sorted = [], instances =[]; for(var id in files){ sorted.push(files[id]) } for(var i = 0; i < sorted.length; i++){ if (sorted[i].id) { instances.push(this.create_as_existing(sorted[i])); } } return instances; }, do_not_reverse_and_create : function(files){ if(files != undefined){ var instances =[]; for(var i = 0; i < files.length; i++){ if (files[i].id) { instances.push(this.create_as_existing(files[i])); } }...
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Quadcore processors are useful for Web developers

Every now and then you read, that the maximum you need on a desktop are two cores and that quadcore mainly is a nice marketing idea. That’s probably true, if you use Word or Games mainly. For Word, even an Intel Atom processor is enough. As a Web developer which usually has some batch jobs…
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Java Recruiting

From http://ask.slashdot.org/askslashdot/08/09/01/1246201.shtml: Recruiting for Java posts is a minefield – it’s full of people who should be stacking shelves in a supermarket. If you want a Java job, just update your resume to say that you know Java. I have met lots of J2EE experts at work, who would not be able to code a…
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