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ToDos of our Dreams

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We all have that overreaching task list that goes on and on for miles. It’s our list of what we hope to accomplish, what can fit into our dreams, what we are hoping will one day get us there. It’s a long list, a long never-ending list. It’s that list that stares us in the face and makes us think – “oh yeah, I was going to do that, but never did” – should...

Releasing the Kraken (Sometimes)

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You can call it crunch time, the last push, the final mile, etc, etc – whatever works for you. In the end it is still overtime. Whether it is paid or not is irrelevant. If I pay you time and a half to work 16 hours for the next four months but the third month you will be burnt out with nothing left to give. What you will be contributing to the project will be declining returns as you start...

Post Post Feedback

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One of the most critical components to feedback is timeliness. You wouldn’t wait two months until after a project has been completed to say to a developer – “the problem is how you coded it, you should have done it this way and used this library, I saw that issue immediately” – that provides no value. It might help them the next time they undertake a similar project...

Did you see it coming?

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That career switch? That change in direction on the project? That person on your team that wasn’t happy anymore? That code that failed in the next upgrade? Most times we can see it coming, we have an inkling of what is going to happen, we know something is afoot. And even more, most times (of those most times) we choose to ignore it, hope it doesn’t happen, hope nothing changes, hope...

File. New Project.

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Or CTRL + N. Or whatever keyboard, file combination works for you that signifies the blank slate with something to be created. You can’t go wrong with it. It’s the best feeling. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on...

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