There I see the competition winner & his article with link. Now I want to go to survey results page(where the list of articles nominated) from there. You could make a link there. How about link for every competition title like below Best C++ article of December 2012[^] instead of Best C++ article of November 2012
If you create an article draft, and then leave the check box for work in progress ticked, the form button at the bottom says "Save this version".
If you go back in at a later date and edit, and continue to leave the work in progress box ticked, the form at the bottom says "Publish", should it not say "Save this version"? Only once the "work in progress" check box has been unticked should the button change to "Publish"
I got confused seeing the "Publish" text when "work in progress" was ticked.
When editing my settings there is a drop down to add "Your job title" in the "Public Profile" section. Can someone add the job title "Apprentice" to this dropdown?
My request is based on two main causes:
In switzerland (and as far as I knnow many other european countries) there are many people who learn their informatics jobs as an apprentice in an apprenticeship (so I do).
Therefore the job title "Apprentice" would be more exact than "Junior SW developer" which I choose until now.
My friend and I did a graduation day prank in which we got the speaker to announce our custom graduation credentials. I graduated with a "concentration in telepathy" and my friend graduated with a "concentration in Jedi tactics".
Since you can't create a "custom" job-title, perhaps you might consider selecting "Software Developer," or whatever your prefer, and then put a note in your Biography section that in Switzerland, and many European nations, there is a tradition to refer to a software-developer in training, as being an "Apprentice," in a formal status called "Apprenticeship."
Perhaps that would clarify your status for people of most countries ?
"What do humans depend on: words ! We're suspended in language: we can never say what's up: or, down. We must communicate experience and ideas, but in ways that do not become ambiguous, and lose objectivity.
For parallels to quantum theory: we must turn to psychology, or to paradoxes thinkers like Buddha and Lao Tzu illuminated, examining reality, as both observer, and actor, in human life's small-scale micro-cosmic drama."
Niels Bohr, 1937
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