Another thing I've had to do is try to not prove I know more; it does no one any good except my ego. I've caught myself doing it once already.
On the upside, I don't know C# very well so I'm actually learning things about the language even if the concepts are not new.
*if the answer will for sure help others, ask it regardless
*if the answer probably wont help others or might confuse some people or is in any way not related to the task at hand, ask after class
*if your question, even a little, hints they may have done something wrong, ask it after class. challenging someone is a sure way to piss them off.
that seems to help everyone the most.
This post has been edited by ishkabible: 10 September 2012 - 11:03 AM