/u/spez is very positive!

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0.9109 I think this advice holds true forever, but it's certainly true in the beginning: even a single weekend of studying a specific technology will make you dramatically better.
0.902 There are multiple reasons: * Yes, make it easier to use generally * Yes, more inviting to new users * Increase developer speed.
0.8876 The gap is closing, but the Bay is still the best. The weather doesn't hurt either.
0.8622 My pleasure, thanks for your help today!
0.8611 If you can write a hashtable, list, and tree in C, you are probably good. * Do you have a passion for programming? * Are you a pleasant person to be around?
0.8547 If we do a job with this and the widget system, I expect CSS to be less required, but we can leave CSS for more advanced use-cases. Happy Cakeday!
0.8519 I love working with beginners, and more often than you think it leads to great hires.
0.8172 In advance of Monday, yes, we are actively [hiring!] Pretty much any sort of engineer.
0.8122 I considered myself extremely fortunate to have a job where I could listen to music all day. I love dancing.
0.802 Yes, pretty sure it's on the roadmap for this quarter.
0.7906 The strongest newbie's I've hired have a couple things in common: * They have a great attitude.

Most Negative Sentences

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-0.7434 I didn't like them as a kid, but they say your tastes change every seven years, and I adopted onions in my 20s. The real enemy here are olives.
-0.6808 Some will lowball you because they're assholes.
-0.6808 Rewrites are a last resort, but Reddit runs on a lot of old code, and development in the current code base is painfully slow.
-0.6705 That would be suicide.
-0.6695 I still love working with beginners, but I'm not great a project managing. When I fire people, I try to get myself into a mental state where I want to do it.
-0.6524 I'm sorry, I don't have a great answer for you: when we started Reddit, we didn't have a vision for the future.
-0.5994 It's the people unaware of themselves that are unpleasant to work with.
-0.5606 I mostly didn't want to look stupid in front of Paul Graham, who made our first investment. As for how to make something big, that's a broad question.
-0.5423 The curse of young people is that they all thing they're old. Our head of platform didn't start programming until he was about your age.
-0.5267 All of them except HQG, which we're going to shut down for being stupid and meta.
-0.5216 I don't love onions.
-0.5096 I've never been a great manager.