Burnout is a huge problem in the software industry. Don’t ask me “R U OK?” I work in Software. Of course I’m not.
It’s 2019. We are all supposed to hate Waterfall. But I’m not convinced it’s completely bad. In “Waterfall land” you begin a project, you design it, you get it signed off, you build it, you deliver it and then you celebrate.
My friend Jack wrote about the Purposeful First Commit, “A first commit helps define what the project intent is. Why are you committing this code? What do you aim to achieve?”
In this post we look at how to achieve a purposeful first commit when working with Git Flow
Team one-on-ones are a great way to feel your team’s pulse. Here’s a bunch of questions I like or have used over the years to measure the pulse.
There’s a growing trend in software management to create a “README” file. Like any readme it’s a quick way to understand something. In this case, it’s understanding me, and how we’ll work together.
Why do I wear a name tag? Wearing a name tag invites conversation and introduces you to everyone. And it removes that awkward barrier when you can’t quite remember someone’s name.