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A web coder cry to programmers: how can we live together?

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Dialogue with discussion

One of the main goals of command work is not only quantity of end product. Important thing is comfort for other developers who continue working on the project. Two camps—back-end developers and web coders. Ones include in their code fragments code of others. How to get harmony among them? How can the two worlds help each other? This speech is more coder-side, from a person responsible of the result visible to a user. But there is hope that the discussion will allow some new ideas for developers and coders.

Author: Constantine Osnos

HTML coder, UI designer, First Line Software

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The Constantine’s way is logical and quite banal. An ordinary school on outskirts of Saint Petersburg, deep immersion into life of insects, then special biological class across from Hermitage.

Then suddently—pediatric academy with unofficial underground musical communities of that time. Archaeleological expeditions turning imto work as children psychiatrist. Psychotherapy with adults, then alcoholics and drug-addicted people as patients, then trainings—and, as usually, second high school in area of design and web development.

A small pile of sites of a consulting company pulsed and breathed in Constantine’s hands for five years. Then five years of total outsourcing in Starsoft/Exigen company, mostly for Britains. Trips there, fraternization with customers, conferences near Thames river.

Sharp jumping to a micro company with multitude of growing sites and pseudo-sites. Parallel process—just freelance for capricious customers.

But roots call. So, outsourcing again, Americans, new technologies being cleaned from dirt, conferences—and something behind the horizon.


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