When debugging a problem make sure you test your assumptions, especially when stuck. I just spent a while debugging something I "did" not working until I eventually realized I hadn't done it at all.
October 17, 2019
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October 16, 2019
Code reviews are super important for keeping track of changes, learning from team members and improving the quality of your code base. They take a lot of effort and can sometimes be hard to get right. I have compiled a list of things I like to keep in mind when prepping my code for review or doing a review of other's work. Some things to keep in mind when getting your code ready for review by others: Review your code with a fresh set of eyes before assigning some one else. I struggle to do th...
October 22, 2019
On a small team with lots of active projects it’s really easy to get spread thin and have too much work in progress. When you have a chance take a day and burn down the to do list. This clears a lot of mental space and is valuable for moving projects forward long term. ...