September 2010

Characteristics of Great Programmers

September 27, 2010

David Veksle does an excellent job of describing them: A programmer spends about 10–20% of his time writing code, and most programmers write about 10–12 lines of code per day that goes into the final product, regardless of their skill level. Good programmers spend much of the other 90% thinking, researching, and experimenting to find […]

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