7 deadly career mistakes developers make

I would imagine that those who were incensed with his lack of tact are those who look for the right solution and the right programming tool for the solution. And, I imagine the people he was actually talking about in the article never even knew the article was written. I also had to do design for FPGA’s and CPLD’s.

So obviously anything can be built with any language / platform… given enough time and space. Typical way to try to diffuse well-earned ire by throwing a meaningless compliment out. Your post is being torn a fresh one, so deal with it. I have worked on .NET for over 7 years and am often frustrated at every turn. Anyone having worked with C++ Windows GUIs and .NET Windows Forms will understand how much of the underlying functionality is simply unavailable on .NET. They also make you lazy and completely dependent.

Most people who pursue higher education in this field tend to come from computer science. There’s no “engineering” involved in “software engineering”. I know because I’m someone who studied actual engineering in school, and I also happen to be a software developer with over 30 years of experience building applications on various platforms and operating systems. In today’s world where there are a lot of choices for writing quality software, it’s easy to overlook some tools that are viable options in developing modern software.

After the program is released to the customer, a developer may perform upgrades and maintenance. Quality assurance analysts and testers run manual and automated checks to look for errors and usability problems once the software is released and after any upgrades or maintenance. Some industries, such as healthcare, for example, cannot interrupt their work. Although the healthcare industry is seen as an industry where software modernization is difficult to implement, it should at least be done for security purposes. Just like banks, background checking systems suffer from increases in mobile traffic and diverse data sources. As a result, the system rarely performs at the needed level and crashes.

As a result, a third thread which was busy doing a CAS might very well believe tell you the pointer didn’t change, while the element in fact changed. If they can make the choices, they know their way around building apps to meet requirements rather than the other way round. Well all I learned from this article is that the author knows nothing about weartheshield reviews C#, .NET, or ASP.NET, and seems to think that they are all blended together. I would never go out of my way to work for an employer so clueless. The article author has made some excellent points in regard .NET programming, but omitted several other very pertinent and illuminating reasons for questioning the focus on Microsoft technologies.

It is impressive that Microsoft extended Silverlight support for such an extended period. It even outlasted support for Adobe Flash, the product that it tried to replace many years ago. Microsoft didn’t kill Silverlight – Apple did. It’s the same thing that killed flash – Anything that required a plugin couldn’t be used on mobile, and people wanted to be able use their devices to do the same stuff they could on a computer.

I am guessing that the author read something on reddit or slashdot, .NET sucks or Java sucks. There are criticisms of the platforms but the platforms are still viable in business. I have no idea if the author is right about .NET or not and I really don’t care, but I am laughing my ass off at how bent out of shape the folks commenting are getting. I also look for people who enjoy other activities in addition to creating solutions in software.