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accepted Word for “getting something to work”
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comment Word for “getting something to work”
None of these words pass on the intention of getting the solution to actually work.
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comment Word for “getting something to work”
Nice. Though I've never heard it used 😕
Jan
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comment Word for “getting something to work”
@NVZ - yes. Is there a single verb though?
Jan
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comment Word for “getting something to work”
@BleepBloopOverflow - debugging implies finding bugs which is not the case.
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asked Word for “getting something to work”
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comment Exact meaning of the Gandalf quote, “He that breaks a thing to find out what it is has left the path of wisdom.”?
Said every engineer, never.
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comment Is there a single word or phrase for “inability to say no at a behavioural level”
As anyone who has ever been to Japan will tell you - "Japanese" :)
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comment What do you call people who are constantly moving [i.e., “in motion”]?
New Yorkers, perhaps?
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comment Specific verb for “training an apprentice”?
@PeterK. - This actually is the same Hebrew term used, but (apparently) different companies use the term differently :)
Dec
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accepted Should there be capitalization after an equation?
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asked Should there be capitalization after an equation?
Dec
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accepted Specific verb for “training an apprentice”?