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The Joy of Null: Continued

April 16th, 2009 by Scott Selikoff

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perpetual novice – years of experience vs skill

April 12th, 2009 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Most job listings ask for a certain number of years of experience.  Either in a particular technology or in the industry.  This presumes that the developer learned each year. I read a quote about whether the candidate has five years of experience or the same year of experience five times.  I don’t remember where this […]

The Joy of Null

April 7th, 2009 by Scott Selikoff

Often in the database world, you do not have all the information needed to create a record. For example, you may have a person’s full name but not their middle name or initial, or you might be missing their date of birth. In such cases, the recommended solution is to fill that field with a […]