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26.03.2018
Suzanne Kieffer
Research Associate at Université Catholique de Louvain
Database

In software engineering, the physical data model derives from :

56 answers
17 good - 39 bad
 
26.03.2018
Gilles Flisch
Microsoft Tailor Made Development Manager at Elia
UWP .NET

Uwp x:Load="False"

913 answers
766 good - 147 bad
 
20.09.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
C/C++

How many bits are used in memory to store a pointer?

839 answers
818 good - 21 bad
 
24.09.2018
Thierry Van den Berghe
Professor in ICT / Associate Dean for Research at ICHEC
Business Analyst

What does define limitations in the adoption of a solution for developing a new information...

87 answers
54 good - 33 bad
 
26.03.2018
Suzanne Kieffer
Research Associate at Université Catholique de Louvain
UX/Usability

Here is a list of 9 tips for conducting contextual task analysis.

290 answers
140 good - 150 bad
 
05.07.2018
Louis J. Mercken
Chairman of the Challenge Jury, Co-Founder Threon, Currently Senior Advisor to the Threon CEO & Board of Directors at Threon
Project Management

You are a new project manager who has never managed a project before.

649 answers
415 good - 234 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

Considering the following structure and interface

250 answers
57 good - 193 bad
 
26.03.2018
Suzanne Kieffer
Research Associate at Université Catholique de Louvain
UX/Usability

Which one of the following expressions best describes the UX product below ?

95 answers
24 good - 71 bad
 
24.09.2018
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

What is the output of this program?

987 answers
751 good - 236 bad
 
14.11.2018
Gilles Flisch
Microsoft Tailor Made Development Manager at Elia
AI .NET

Which of the propositions below correspond to deep neural network architectures?

191 answers
30 good - 161 bad
 
26.03.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras

Lucia et ses ami(e)s sont tous inscrits sur un réseau social sur Internet.

344 answers
95 good - 249 bad
 
03.07.2018
Philippe Lacomme
Enseignant Chercheur at Université Clermont Auvergne
Constraint programming

Cplex offre un solveur de type PPC

874 answers
411 good - 463 bad
 
26.03.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras

De spionnen Berta en Boris Bever gebruiken geheimschrift om elkaar berichten te sturen.

100 answers
84 good - 16 bad
 
06.09.2018
Annette Bieniusa
Senior researcher and lecturer at TU Kaiserslautern
Java

Calling the following recursive function with parameters

904 answers
869 good - 35 bad
 
05.07.2018
Louis J. Mercken
Chairman of the Challenge Jury, Co-Founder Threon, Currently Senior Advisor to the Threon CEO & Board of Directors at Threon
Project Management

A schedule performance index of less than 1.0 indicates that the:

64 answers
15 good - 49 bad
 
26.03.2018
Daniel Penninck
Software Architect at Groupe Open Belgium
Java

Which of the following are not checked exceptions? (Choose all that apply)

204 answers
39 good - 165 bad
 
01.10.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
IT Student

Which one of the following assertions is not true ?

100 answers
62 good - 38 bad
 
26.03.2018
Philippe Baecke
Professor of Marketing & Data Analytics at Vlerick Business School
Big Data analytics

Which of the following model is an ensemble model?

294 answers
124 good - 170 bad
 
03.10.2018
Ralf Lämmel
Java

What statements hold for the following Java code?

713 answers
397 good - 316 bad
 
26.03.2018
Thierry Leriche-Dessirier
Architecte, Développeur full stack, Rédacteur pour Developpez.com, Concepteur profil4.com & Professeur de Génie Logiciel at ESIEA
Java

What does it print ?

229 answers
1 good - 228 bad
 
26.03.2018
Geoffrey Vandiest
Chief Technical Architect Gas Flow Management at Fluxys
DevOps

Which service in Azure can be used to implement Infrastructure as code ?

555 answers
233 good - 322 bad
 
01.10.2018
Thierry Van den Berghe
Professor in ICT / Associate Dean for Research at ICHEC
Business Analyst

John works as a business analyst in an assurance company.

54 answers
37 good - 17 bad
 
04.10.2018
Jérémy Landon
Microsoft MVP - Expert/Coach DevOps & ALM at Freelance
.NET

With which button(s) does the application crash?

112 answers
17 good - 95 bad
 
26.03.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras
...
916 answers
276 good - 640 bad
 
26.03.2018
Jos Snellings
Director at Upperware
Java

What will be the output?

206 answers
97 good - 109 bad
 
26.03.2018
Christophe Peerens
Microsoft Technical Advisor at Neomytic
.NET

What will be the output of the code snippet?

222 answers
155 good - 67 bad
 
26.03.2018
Jonathan Slenders
Python Expert at Cisco
Python

If you had to implement 'map' in Python code, would it look like
function 'f' or 'g'?

203 answers
38 good - 165 bad
 
26.03.2018
Gilles Meyer
Senior software engineer at University of Liège
.NET

What does the following console program display?

458 answers
135 good - 323 bad
 
26.03.2018
Peter Lawrey
Java Champion, Blogger, Speaker & CEO at Higher Frequency Trading Ltd
Java
String s = null;
int i = 0;
try {
    for (i = 1; i <= 64; i++) {
403 answers
93 good - 310 bad
 
26.03.2018
Thomas Soumagne
Head of IT Development at Gambit Financial Solutions
.NET

What does the following code?

241 answers
72 good - 169 bad