A good intermediate developer needs less supervision. They can be trusted to raise issues of code design, and play a valuable role in design discussions. They are also the “workhorses” of the dev team. However, further mentoring and higher level supervision is still vital.
I’ve seen millions of people claiming that public fields are evil, so they make them private and provide getters and setters for all of them. I believe this is almost identical to making the fields public, maybe a bit different if you’re using threads (but generally is not the case) or if your accessors have business/presentation logic (something ‘strange’ at least). I’m not in favor of public fields, but against making a getter/setter (or Property) for everyone of them, and then claiming that doing that is encapsulation or information hiding… ha!
I came across this short film and I really enjoyed the visual style and effects. It is about 10minutes long.
My current job at Tangora Software A/S is soon comming to an end. It been more than five years since they hired me.
I’ve cleaned up some of my accounts an this time I quitted Twitter, Instagram and Google. I’ve been using these platforms for some times now and I came to realize that they weren’t giving me anything at all.