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GeneralWhere to Start? Pin
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov10-May-16 13:46
mvpSergey Alexandrovich Kryukov10-May-16 13:46 
GeneralWhat is Good Software Architecture? Pin
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov9-Nov-15 4:31
mvpSergey Alexandrovich Kryukov9-Nov-15 4:31 
GeneralBroken recursion? Pin
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov12-Oct-15 16:52
mvpSergey Alexandrovich Kryukov12-Oct-15 16:52 
GeneralUnhappy Inquirer or Is the Abuse the Main Goal of Programming? Pin
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov3-Jun-15 16:17
mvpSergey Alexandrovich Kryukov3-Jun-15 16:17 
GeneralRe: Unhappy Inquirer or Is the Abuse the Main Purpose of Programming? Pin
Maciej Los4-Aug-15 3:45
protectorMaciej Los4-Aug-15 3:45 
GeneralRe: Unhappy Inquirer or Is the Abuse the Main Purpose of Programming? Pin
Stefan_Lang15-Sep-15 3:56
memberStefan_Lang15-Sep-15 3:56 
GeneralRe: Unhappy Inquirer or Is the Abuse the Main Purpose of Programming? Pin
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov15-Sep-15 5:40
mvpSergey Alexandrovich Kryukov15-Sep-15 5:40 
GeneralArtemy Lebedev and his advice. How you can get a great topic for a project and prove yourself? Pin
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov3-Jun-15 15:42
mvpSergey Alexandrovich Kryukov3-Jun-15 15:42 
A number of times, I answered some questions of the inquirers who wanted some good project for their school engineering practice, such as the term or course project at school, or even the diploma project. When I worked with my own students, I tried to give them a piece of my own job, and, unfortunately, I still could not say that they helped me a lot. But what to advise when the strangers, students from some school I don't know ask such question? Note that those are people who did not understand that they are asking stranger, someone from CodeProject, people who are not aware of their level of knowledge and experience, school course and their quality, working habits and interests. Can such people get some help? This is not easy. To me, it would be more natural to address to their professors and school fellows, support the culture of sharing the ideas, and so on.
So, I don't think such people can be really helped by giving them what they expect — concrete project assignments. The help should be radically different, something which could encourage them to use their own head. I really offered some advice, but that would need a separate place for discussion.

A while ago, I found a wonderful passage from a book I use to learn some industrial design. It is written by a very famous designer, the owner of the successful leading design studio represented in several countries, often getting very expensive orders. Even though it mostly appeals to young designers, it is very well applicable to students in any creative field of activity, and very much to programming:
Most problems are solved in a wonderfully simple way: you need to take it and make it. For example, young designers often write to the author, asking him to give them a test task, so they could show themselves. The author always gives them all the same task: create your own task and do it. If a designer really worth something (it means, can solve problems), this person will simply bring the samples of excellent works. And, where to get such samples? You need to make them. And, how to make them? Start with something simple, for example, organize the food in your own refrigerator. And what if there is no any food in the refrigerator? Take a pencil and draw it. And what if you have no pencil? From this point — you are on your own.

Kovodstvo, § 149
[Translation into English is mine — SA]

Sergey A Kryukov

GeneralFeeding Apple or Why Don't We Answer Some Questions Pin
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov3-Jun-15 14:50
mvpSergey Alexandrovich Kryukov3-Jun-15 14:50 
GeneralStarting my notes on Questions & Answers Pin
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov3-Jun-15 14:41
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