Are you an Advanced Programmer? We dig into the final section of Robert Read’s fantastic writing: How to be a programmer. Also, how to cheat at Jira, a lazy butcher and if learning web development is worth it.
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This Episode’s Survey
To squash, or not to squash, that is the question: Do you leave a trail of commits in case you need them later, or do you prefer to keep things tidy?
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- Unit Tests do not cover your misinterpretation of business rules
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Serving Your Team
- How to Develop Talent
- How to Choose What to Work On
- How to Get the Most From Your Team-mates
- How to Divide Problems Up
- How to Handle Boring Tasks
- How to Gather Support for a Project
- How to Grow a System
- How to Communicate Well
- How to Tell People Things They Don’t Want to Hear
- How to Deal with Managerial Myths
- How to Deal with Organizational Chaos
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