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(Code)Blocked

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You might not know it, but for a while, I was (Writer)Blocked. Couldn’t think of anything new to write. Was tired with what was out there that I was reading. Thought everything that had been said had already been said. Couldn’t get started. It made me think of how many times I sat down to start a new project and stared at the screen as it asked me what I wanted to name my class for...

Stop the Memory Questions

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No one knows everything about anything and if you work hard enough, you can figure out what they don’t know. For this reason, programming tests in Interviews are a lost cause because what they focus on is the application of memory and not methodical approach to solving something you don’t know. When someone doesn’t know the answer, I want to know what they are going to do to...

Half of Nothing

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The beginning of a Sprint and/or Release are exciting times, everyone wants to jump on every feature and story and get them done. Mid-way through either though, we start to realize that we are not going to be able to deliver it all and now we are left with a bunch of half-completed work items. It’s not a great feeling and it’s one Agile/Scrum is supposed to eliminate but still...

All the Things a Great Developer Can Do

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If you’re looking to be a Great Developer, here’s what you need to get started. Need Project Management SkillsNeed Requirement SkillsNeed People Management SkillsNeed QA SkillsNeed to know what to automate and when to start automatingNeed to have an eye on the futureNeed to be able to sell your solution to your team and customersNeed to be preparedNeed to stay up lateNeed to wake up...

Always Thank The Team

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Because if you’re not, someone else will and when they do, they will no longer be your team, they will now be on this other person’s team. Org charts do not define who belongs to what team, they only define who you report to. We all know whose team everyone belongs to. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to...

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