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jenskot wrote:Do you know what archaeologists use now?
How do they store and reference data? Do they have content management systems? Do they use mobile devices or tablets? Are they just using Excel sheets?
IngredientX wrote:I'm now proficient enough that my company has officially made me a programmer. But now I have to learn things like unit testing, build systems, and enterprise frameworks. Java is full of add-on technologies that I must pick up.
IngredientX wrote:One thing that might help is learning basic object-oriented technique. I know Python supports OOP, so it's something that would be useful no matter where you go. After that, you can take that knowledge with you to Objective C, Perl, or any other language that supports it.
Pillar wrote:However, I haven't found a good set of resources to explain those techniques, probably because companies don't really want to advertise how their coding teams operate too much.
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