Change is coming to your life — and mine — faster than you and I think or plan for. We better be ready for it. Check out what you probably missed among the most popular blogs and advice of the week.
Working faster allows you to think more fluidly. Get on it.
If your server also resides in a Linux machine and your day 2-day work involves a lot of searching and playing around UNIX commands then these tips will save a lot of your time.
You’re like WordPress: you need a theme. Goals are secondary.
Happiness is rarely a result of what you accomplish.
Embracing the chaos is easier said than done, isn’t it?
You need to embrace the lifestyle, embrace the chaos and importantly embrace the fact that you don’t want closure! Closure is not what you want for a developing business or career, evolving and improving is necessary.
Better code reviews will pay off, for everyone.
Understand that someone put time into the code you’re about to review. They want it to be great. Your coworkers behave with the best of intentions, and no one wants to ship crappy code.
Physical distance between team members doesn’t mean members have to remain complete strangers.
Despite the convenience of having a remote team, you cannot leave it that way and expect everyone to feel involved and vested in what you are creating. Some may think developers like to work alone, but that’s not really always the case.