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Indie 1 year ago
I can confirm IT-industry. It is acutally quicker to google than figuring it out. Nowadays, there is a forum post for everything.
       
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Mira 1 year ago
Indie,

should we construe your statement as confession of your incompetence in the subject?
       
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Tine 1 year ago
Indie, yup. I'm pretty sure 95% or more of all software being developed today contain some code from stackexchange and/or similar sites. And there is nothing wrong with that; the employer/client cares about getting the job done, not how it's done. Google is just a big step in the direction of a hive mind. No reason to keep all the info on each small one.
       
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Hugh 1 year ago
#24,36 TLDR
       
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Martin 1 year ago
#38 not everything, but many items.
       
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Mira 1 year ago
#35 I do recall, "someone" jumped out of the window while screaming:-"The Russians are coming. The Russians are coming. They're right around. I've seen Russian soldiers." - never gets old.
       
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Phena 1 year ago
bartender - the icecubemakers are almost never clean and filter never changed. Even if somthing gets spilled inn there.
       
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