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Pro programmer from the russia

How to be a programmer in steps?

1). Set a goal what you wish to program..

2). Make your program just work. (don't worry think much how messy your coding is.)

3). Fix all bugs you can find and do tests on each part to make sure no more bugs exist.

4). Finally start from scratch and re-write your program in a clean matter, this will be fast don't worry because you already did this once ;).

4). And always ask StackOverflow for advise on parts you are unsure.


Sep
30
comment Why do Jews look before crossing streets?
Finally someone who doesn't mold their beliefs to whatever situation they are currently in. I got to give respect to this guy Clint Eastwood, if his bible says there is no free will, he believes it.
Nov
29
comment Why do Jewish people pray to God to punish someone who has ideas that are different from what Judaism teaches (Heresy)
@msh210 I do not disagree with the part of the prayer that speaks about slander.
Nov
29
comment Why do Jewish people pray to God to punish someone who has ideas that are different from what Judaism teaches (Heresy)
I've edited my question and replaced the Simple English article with the original.
Nov
29
comment Do Jewish people believe in God?
@ShmuelBrin Thank you for clarifying what Jewish people I've spoke to meant when they say we pray to the Torah, however you just did the same thing that all of them do. They ignore the question and talk about other things but never give a concrete answer of whether they believe in God or not. By God I am talking about an actual conscious intelligent being of any sort (be it physical or something else).
Sep
10
comment Why do Jews look before crossing streets?
Wow.. that guy Satan is mean, I never knew he would go to those kind of levels, especially if you're a religious person. The way I understand it is that we have God's protection as long as we do the right thing, if we commit a sin God looks the other way and Satan can step in and do us in.
Sep
10
comment Why do Jews look before crossing streets?
"Everything is foreseen; yet free will is given" (Rabbi Akiva, Pirkei Avoth 3:15). Based on this understanding, the problem is formally described as a paradox, perhaps beyond our understanding.