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Re: Does an idea have value?

by haxordan (Novice)
on Feb 04, 2003 at 16:35 UTC ( #232580=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Does an idea have value?

A[X] B[X] C[ ] D[ ]

I would say a combination of A and B. While it's great to brainstorm to solve a problem, you also need to be able to "sell" your idea should someone should think that you are on the right path to a solution. Feel free to post your ideas, but also be able to back them up (even if it's just with a toy problem) with some proof. That way, you not only will be helping others, but you will also gain experience through your testing.

I often look at my code and think "How can I break this?" I try. That way, when I release something, I know it will indeed solve the problem it addresses. Not only does this produce good, stable code, but it also expands your knowledge of the implementation.

Just my thoughts.


If the world is to end in a whisper, I hope that it's not someone whispering,"I wonder what this button does?" -DTB

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