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NewsKeeping up with Moore's Law proves difficult for Intel Pin
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NewsHow to address your coworker’s bad code Pin
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Paul M Watt16-Jul-15 13:05
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If your shop uses code reviews, then it is not necessary to single out a developer and tell them how bad they are.

You have a controlled environment where you can make suggestions and point out issues that must be resolved.

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