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All the TV/Media hype of how tech-savvy the new generation has become - when, in fact, all they are is a bunch of mindless "app"-users. Not a clue about what's going on. For that matter, lacking the linguistic skills to express a problem if they even understood they had one.
They do seem to have exceptional thumb dexterity . . . an evolutionary joke to improve their ability to twiddle them when in the presence of live humans?
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Tell me what you think :)
I think it's the wrong place, and probably the wrong time.
When you have the github project up and to the point where it is useful to people, write an article about it (Submit a new Article[^]) and tell everybody what it provides, and how it will make their lives easier. Explain how it is better for them than creating a bare minimum project each time for themselves. Basically, sell it to them / us.
But at the moment all I see is "I created 'hello world' in Flask, help yourself. Oh, and if I remember I'll improve it later" which is of little or no use to anyone. By all means change my mind - but just posting this here is an invitation to impolite replies.
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Funnily enough, I am actively investigating solutions for a web server on a current project we're developing. Of the dozen or so examples I have found, while none answers all the problems I have to address, this is unique.
It is unique in that it completely and utterly fails to help in any way whatsoever.
You could take that as a matter of pride, a compliment even, or as indicative of the lack of quality therein.
I think you should learn how to post on codeproject without everythign ending up in a f*ckin PRE block.
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... but is this way[^] of asking questions some cultural thing in Asia ?
Are the people really so stressed out ? When you buy something in a store in Asia, do you really go like "URGENNTTT ! PLEASE PUT FOOD IN BAG QUICK !" ? Plus this has been around for years now, did not anyone learn anything about net-etiquette on (for them)foreign language forums ? Why keep insisting, knowing that it is the wrong way to behave ??
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Probably yes, I have no doubt in my mind that these are the people who somehow got the job (yes, these are mostly professionals as I have met a few in person ) and do not have the slightest idea as to how to actually do it.
So the fear of letting the secret out is quite unnerving.
Plus this has been around for years now, did not anyone learn anything about net-etiquette on (for them)foreign language forums ?
Simply put, why work on something that is not absolutely neccessary.
Why keep insisting, knowing that it is the wrong way to behave ??
Plus this has been around for years now, did not anyone learn anything about net-etiquette on (for them)foreign language forums ? Why keep insisting, knowing that it is the wrong way to behave ??
statement doesn't make sense. You are assuming that all are repeat offenders.
Its quite simple, OP1 who is new comes and post like this, then he is advised how to ask questions. He moves on.
Then after a week, another OP2 comes and does the same mistake and so on..
So it looks like that nobody is learning. but fact is that its 10 person doing the same mistake rather then one person doing 10 times.
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You do realize that the message you are pointing is written by a well known member that is teasing you, don't you?
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
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