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How do I transition from mainframe programmer to client server programmer?
by Niels Kloster in Programming Languages

I was a Adabas/Natural and Cobol mainframe programmer for 16 years ending in 2002. I have a vast amount of experience in the analysis, design, development, testing, implementation and documentation of online and batch applications. I would like to get back into software development after a 7 year hiatis raising my children.


I have been told that the .NET languages are much in de


Any book that is not a “programmer to programmer” but “financier to a programmer?”
by Netopia in Web Design

Are there any books in the market that you are aware which is written by a financier -or anyone from an industry which is not IT- to a programmer in terms of letting him briefly understand the market's business logic.


Actually I am looking it for banking field to get familiar with the basic principles that I may need to know as a developer if I move to a project that is focused on b


What Is an ISO Programmer?
by Nick Durcholz in Computers
The ISO -- the International Organization for Standardization -- has developed more than 18,500 standards for various subjects, including for the C programming language. The ISO adopted its standards for C in 1999 and has updated them several times since. An ISO programmer is one who knows and follows ISO standards for C. ScopeThe ISO standard for C programming covers the representation, syntax
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How to Become a Programmer
by amenx in Personal Finance
As a programmer, you essentially learn to manipulate electronics through speaking its language. Many different programming languages exist, but if you want to be a truly effective programmer, you will become proficient in more than one. Once you are ready to start work, you can design games, make computer programs or even work on hardware. Becoming a programmer is not easy; it takes a lot of educa

How to Be a Programmer
by Kneedragger in Careers & Job Searching
Unlike other engineering disciplines, to become a programmer you don't need to graduate from a university program. You can even do it as a hobby and knowledge of mathematics is not a prerequisite. But as a beginner, it's essential you have logical reasoning skills, extensive knowledge of the language syntax and a willingness to sit in front of a computer for many hours. You also need to be a team
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How to Become a SQL Programmer
by Wes in Careers & Job Searching
An SQL programmer uses Structured Query Language to construct relational databases to assist companies in storing, tracking and interfacing different types of information. Of course, the role of the SQL programmer has expanded in recent years and has become one of the most sought-after positions in the IT industry. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, SQL programming is third in line

How to Think Like a Programmer
by Belgium in Computers
The best way to think like a programmer is to learn from a programmer. You can study all the languages and do all the assignments but sitting with a programmer and educating yourself on all they do is the best way to learn how to think like a programmer.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Understand the goals to programming. If you undertake any project, you need to know where to star

How to Get a Job as an SAS Programmer
by dante in Careers & Job Searching
SAS (Statistical Analysis System) is a programming language that allows you to manipulate and retrieve data from an existing database. Becoming a SAS programmer takes time. Getting a job as a SAS programmer is not easy. However, the following will give you steps in how you can become a SAS programmer.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
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F# for C#/Haskell programmer
by Colorado in C & C++ & C#

What is recommended tutorial of F# for Haskell programmer? F# seems to borrow a lot from Haskell but there are little traps which makes hard to write.


Generally I need walkthrough the F# which would not explain what is the difference between mutable data and immutable (Haskell is much more strict in this area) etc.


I know C# a little so I know more or less what .Net is a


C++ or Python for C# programmer?
by beginner99 in C & C++ & C#

I am a corporate C# programmer. I found some time to invest into myself and stumbed upon a dilemma. Where to go from now? C#/.NET is easy to learn, develop for, etc. In future I would want to apply to Microsoft or Google, and want to invest spare time wisely, so what I will learn will flourish in future.


So: Python or C++ for a C# programmer? I am a little scared of C++ because deve


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