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Ask Slashdot: Rectifying Nerd Arrogance?

ripper234 Apply to Google/Facebook (823 comments)

I had a masters degree and 6 years of tech experience in the Israeli Defense Force, and I thought I was god's gift to tech companies. Being rejected by Google fixed my arrogance for me. Working with some excellent people at another startup also helped me show some humility.

Postmortem - I reapplied to Google after 3 years, got hired, and subsequently resigned after 5 months. They're a great company, just wasn't what I was looking for.

about 2 years ago
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Magic: the Gathering Is Turing Complete

ripper234 Re:Due credit (135 comments)

Nice, didn't see it, thanks. I'm just happy to see something that came out of a site I built featured on Slashdot, even if not the site itself (first for me)

more than 2 years ago
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Magic: the Gathering Is Turing Complete

ripper234 Due credit (135 comments)

It's only fair to point that this article was generated out of this question on Draw3Cards (Disclaimer: I'm the owner of D3C)

more than 2 years ago
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Same Dev Tools/Language/Framework For Everyone?

ripper234 Re:Standardize the RIGHT tools (519 comments)

Please don't talk to me about CruiseControl. Yes, it's free, but the competition is superior. Try JetBrains' TeamCity for a really great build system. Also free within certain limitations (3 build machines, 20 builds) - and much more professional.

more than 6 years ago

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Which Code Analysis Toot for C# Should We Use?

ripper234 ripper234 writes  |  more than 6 years ago

ripper234 writes "We are looking to integrated automated code/static analysis in our daily build. Our codebase is both in C# and Java, but my main focus here is to find a good tool for C# (supporting Java is a plus). I Googled it but failed to find a good comparison of static code analysis tools. The tools I found are: We have a medium-sized Visual Studio 2005 solution containing 50 projects. Our main usage here is not "online" code analysis (like Resharper already provides), but a deep analysis to be run daily. As a note, we will be migrating to Visual Studio 2008 very soon, if that has any relevancy to the answer."

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