Thanks for reading todays review of binary booking
I agree that excessive reliance on the internet can potentially turn a developer into a 'cut n paster'. I always use Google to find solutions but always I have to change theme for my domain problem and I just get the Idea. Tuesday, August 27, Google replaced books is all, no big deal.
Google is just one problem-solving tool we have available. We have to shuffle some MSDN cds for help when things go wrong. Tuesday, September 03, 2:
The tool was ultimately released by my company and is one of the most focused and intuitive we have. However, ultimately, is that really a good test of what you're capable of creating? We want to have information and we want to have it "now".
I think they will make you a better developer. It's always nice to send an thank you email to whoever was kind enough to post the code. I think that the notion of developers using Google or Bing as a crutch is somewhat of a microcosm to the Internet, computers and technology as a whole.
I read one day about the Google effect: We want to have information and we want to have it "now". It's useless to build a wheel when it has been built before!!!
Monday, August 26, 6: What a good artist developer understands is that nothing comes from nowhere. It is important to learn even if that take you more time that you expect. But if as Dennis mentioned above they use it as a way of not taking intellectual responsibility for their own craft, then this is a bad thing. We'd try the examples included in the package, understand them and adapt them to our needs.