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By johannz
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Published: Jan 11 2008 / 19:59

Essay talking about some ways for a non-developer to recognize a good programmer. He describes this article as "a number of very strong indicators of a “good programmer” (and, conversely, strong indicators of a “not-so-good programmer”) that even a business guy can recognise."
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dzonelurker replied ago:

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davidwalsh replied ago:

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Wow, lurker, what a stupid statement.

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relamozza replied ago:

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This is so biased. I have never seen a longer advertisement. Self-marketing is cool, but this is just over the top, writer is in love with his own voice... it seems. I wonder if some business owner read it, or just this writer's internet buddies. It is ridiculous how the writer thinks that a business owner would want to know about the passsion, self-teaching, intelligence and hidden experience OMG!!!
If you are "some business guy" OMG... again. hilarious!
This article states it is some kind of a guide for "a business guy" in picking a programmer. Complete waste of time.

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relamozza replied ago:

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This "guy" that submitted the story wrote in the summary wrote that it is about:
"very strong indicators of a “good programmer that even a business guy can recognise."

Even a business guy? How arrogant are you?

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