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Old 04-07-2016, 08:21 AM   #1
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The workday is winding down. You and your significant other have a dinner reservation, so you're eager to get home. And that's when the email arrives."I need to include one more report in my meeting with the execs tomorrow," it says. "I've attached some spreadsheets. Can you write me something to calculate the [irrelevant, obscure business term]?"You start thinking about what you'll need to get this done. If you only know a compiled language like C# or Java, the list probably goes something like this:read more

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