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Chinese, Indian, American, Japanese, Russian, which country has the best programmer? Fred needs to get back to work
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Japanese so you can program your waifu
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Ahem, you are describing nationalities, not countries. It should go like this:

"China, India, America, Japan, Russia, which country has the best programmer? Fred needs to get back to work "


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RyukoKuroki wrote:

Ahem, you are describing nationalities, not countries. It should go like this:

"China, India, America, Japan, Russia, which country has the best programmer? Fred needs to get back to work "


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Lol, this is the place where multiple countries unite my friend. But these days, doesn't good programming skills goes with good national defense?
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RyukoKuroki wrote:

Ahem, you are describing nationalities, not countries. It should go like this:

"China, India, America, Japan, Russia, which country has the best programmer? Fred needs to get back to work "


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America is not a country tho.
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Anyone seen Battle Programmer Shirase? It's a show of my age
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Let's see, you cannot win an AI in hacking. But how do you know if the AI will be good, or bad?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTzYHqCfekk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Wlsd9mljiU

P.S Do not build an evil AI
P.S I'd imagine it like rolling out a bread, once you get a huge database, just initiate a question like what is your name and it will start the loop
P.S You'll need a way for it to express, maybe in a virtual world with a built in virtual computer
P.S I dunno if it thinks though, thinking if I should get a hamburger, dunno, ya it would connect the thoughts
P.S I guess Stephen Hawking is right after all
P.S I haven't worked out the algorithm of choosing the next available question to execute

:O

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YO7n_qaQJUA
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To start off america isn't a nation/country...

Oh and I wouldn't say there's someone who is the best as to start with it depends on what their doing and a lot of other things. Is it objective programming or not, or is it something else. Is it filthy casual Java/javascript programming, glories C# master race programming, HTML, PHP, Python or maybe some proprietary programming lang.
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To start off america isn't a nation/country...

Oh and I wouldn't say there's someone who is the best as to start with it depends on what their doing and a lot of other things. Is it objective programming or not, or is it something else. Is it filthy casual Java/javascript programming, glories C# master race programming, HTML, PHP, Python or maybe some proprietary programming lang.


Ya, well the idea about this AI is it would choose the choice with the highest frequency. Maybe a combination of GA and AI, but once you got GA it really gets kind of out of hand. If you've seen the horror film screamer that's kind of the idea lol


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OGJPQVtc84


P.S Of course you can't really teach it to write codes, it only has as much knowledge as the general public
Posted 7/24/17 , edited 7/24/17
I would probably rephrase this to: "Where are the best programmers?"
Most programmers move over to the United States in some fashion or another, as the vast majority of tech giants have their home bases here (Microsoft, Google, HP, IBM, ..etc). You also have the development studios in Canada (IBM has a shop up there, Ubisoft, etc). It all depends on the type of development/coding you're looking at.

Most of those in India, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, or Phillippines are, generally, contractors in some way or another (they're either either a freelancer that are part of a team or groups that are just hired to locations for larger companies that have offices in those areas). I know quite a few good programmers Internationally - it just seems that many end up coming to North America for some reason or another.
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ninjitsuko wrote:

I would probably rephrase this to: "Where are the best programmers?"
Most programmers move over to the United States in some fashion or another, as the vast majority of tech giants have their home bases here (Microsoft, Google, HP, IBM, ..etc). You also have the development studios in Canada (IBM has a shop up there, Ubisoft, etc). It all depends on the type of development/coding you're looking at.

Most of those in India, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, or Phillippines are, generally, contractors in some way or another (they're either either a freelancer that are part of a team or groups that are just hired to locations for larger companies that have offices in those areas). I know quite a few good programmers Internationally - it just seems that many end up coming to North America for some reason or another.


Hi boss, well, what I am interested is more on strategic firewall defense or electromagnetic radiation defense. Alright, given a perfectly debugged operating system running in a computer completely shielded from any circuit altering electromagnetic radiation without connecting to the internet could theoretically runs for thousands of years without problem if it has enough power source and its hardware does not wear out.

That and you still need someone to looks after you. Wouldn't it be easier if there is like an AI monitoring the computer, providing it with power and replacing circuits when needed? I want it to be an automated process
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id say korea.
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America is not a country tho.



For the last, yes, it is...The United States, thereby the 50 states are united, but of what? The United States of AMERICA.

America is a country.
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Chinese, Indian, American, Japanese, Russian, which country has the best programmer? Fred needs to get back to work


In my experience, Belgian programmers give the best cost/quality balance with extremely low scam risk. While you can get great programmers cheaply from India and Russia, you also tend to get ripped off. A lot. Japanese and American programmers are a case of paying for what you get, so if you buy cheap, you get cheap. Chinese and Filipino programmers are nothing particularly special; they're cheap, but no better than average, so they're best used for grunt work and maintenance.
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Posted 7/24/17 , edited 7/24/17
No offense to anyone but you guys have a really poor education if you are saying America isn't a nation and American isn't a nationality.

Also, no South Korea in the OP? You saying we aren't even a candidate for having the best programmers?! You RACIST!

Jokes aside, it's definitely North America.
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