How much are you able to learn on your own? For some people, reading books, articles, and going to certain training courses are all they need to keep steadily growing their skillset. For teams however, things are a bit more challenging. Retrospectives are indeed a great help, but these are still from the team’s own perspective. Sending a team to training could help as well, but how do you know what training to pick? Sometimes external help, in the form …
pi Real Programming S01E07: A Spike and An EventBus We make a big architectural change today, going from an update() method to an EventBus. If you want to follow along in the code, the project is at github. Transcript & Captions coming soon!
Real Programming S01E06: Getting A Little Testy! We did good work last time, but we left some testing issues, so let’s fix that up. If you want to follow along in the code, the project is at github. Transcript & Captions coming soon!
When facing especially weak code, it’s easy to feel daunted; there just seems so much wrong with it. To get my mojo on, I find the simplest infelicity to fix, I fix it. Then I do it again. Everyone encounters code from time to time that she does not understand. This is true for the noob and equally so for the olb. It is a fact of being a geek.
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