Tag Archives: Programming

10 traits to look for when you’re hiring a programmer

Here’s a post initially written by Justin James, who blogs at Tech Republic. I find it very interesting and I want to share it with you here in this post. Programmers come with a wide range of skill sets, hail from many countries and cultures, and can have differing backgrounds and experiences. Nevertheless, certain qualities […]

10 programming habits that should be more common

Today I found those nice words from Justin James who is an employee of Levit & James, Inc. in a multidisciplinary role that combines programming, network management, and system administration. Takeaway: Book learning will take you only so far. In the trenches, you need to develop sensible, effective habits like these. You learn lots of […]

Teach yourself programming in 10 years…by Peter Norvig

Peter Norvig is Director of Research at Google Inc. He is a Fellow of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence and the Association for Computing Machinery. At Google Inc he was Director of Search Quality, responsible for the core web search algorithms from 2002-2005, and has been Director of Research from 2005 on. Previously he was the head of the Computational Sciences Division at NASA Ames Research […]