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Date Survey #
1 Aug 2005 -
  7 Aug 2005
Does your company include security back-doors in its software?
In light of the recent WGA "by-pass switch" slip-up by Microsoft, does your company include security overrides (by-pass) in its software? (suggested by Doug Troy)
25 Jul 2005 -
  31 Jul 2005
Do you use Ad blocking software?
Free sites typically use advertising to pay the bills. Ads can be useful and informative or annoying and malicious. Do you block ads?
18 Jul 2005 -
  24 Jul 2005
Where do you solve your hardest work related problems?
As developers we can be a little obsessed with our work -so much so we can be working 24 hours a day (suggested by Bob).
11 Jul 2005 -
  17 Jul 2005
Which education options were the most valuable for your job?
Assuming you're working, how valuable were each of these types of education to you?
4 Jul 2005 -
  10 Jul 2005
How much do you read in your leisure time?
In your spare time (look it up in a dictionary if you're not familiar with the term) how much non-work related reading do you do?
27 Jun 2005 -
  3 Jul 2005
How smart are your co-workers?
The intelligence of those you work with can have a big impact on your work. What bucket do those your work with directly fall into?
20 Jun 2005 -
  26 Jun 2005
How do you mostly participate in CodeProject?
There's a lot to do on CodeProject and we like to ensure we're focussing energy in the right places.
13 Jun 2005 -
  19 Jun 2005
For which Platforms do you develop?
Targeting multiple platforms is getting easier with each generation of developer tools. Are you spreading your wings?
6 Jun 2005 -
  12 Jun 2005
How much time are you spending supporting legacy code?
There's a lot of it around. How much time are you spending caring for old code?
30 May 2005 -
  5 Jun 2005
Do you use a non-admin account when developing software?
Writing and testing code as a non-admin helps to produce software that satisfies the principal of least privilege. (suggested by Charlie Williams)
23 May 2005 -
  29 May 2005
What type of cell/mobile phone do you have?
Phones are getting more powerful each day but it'll be a long time before there's a common standard. Which do you have?
16 May 2005 -
  22 May 2005
Are you happy in your current IT job?
For those working in IT: are you enoying yourselves? (suggested by Vikram Punathambekar)
9 May 2005 -
  15 May 2005
Do you use C# style XML comments when programming?
XML comments make documentation easy and they don't have to be reserved for C# only. Regardless of your programming language, do you use XML comments? (suggested by Matthias Steinbart)
2 May 2005 -
  8 May 2005
Do you write CLS-compliant code?
Writing CLS-compliant means, among other things, no underscores in variable names, no unsigned integers and case insensivity in naming. Do you bother?
25 Apr 2005 -
  1 May 2005
Would you like to see MFC ported to .NET?
There's a lot of MFC code and expertise around, but does it make sense to port MFC to .NET?
18 Apr 2005 -
  24 Apr 2005
Will you upgrade to Visual Studio 2005?
Visual Studio 2005 will be here soon. ish. What is your upgrade path?
10 Apr 2005 -
  16 Apr 2005
Is support for inheriting from two or more classes a Good or Bad thing?
We can inherit from multiple interfaces in .NET but not from multiple classes. (suggested by Kamarey)
4 Apr 2005 -
  10 Apr 2005
Should Microsoft continue developing non-.NET VB?
Should Microsoft provide an unmanaged (in the .NET sense) version of Visual Basic analogous to Visual C++?
28 Mar 2005 -
  3 Apr 2005
What is the primary database technology you use?
What have you actually have deployed in the field as your primary database technology (not what they just talk about wanting to use...) - suggested by Douglas Troy
21 Mar 2005 -
  27 Mar 2005
Do you have a laptop or a desktop?
What's the norm? Having a portable or having an anchor?

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