Why Every Developer Needs To Learn How To Sell
Is there anything more frustrating than trying to accomplish a big goal and not being able to get others to buy into your vision? As a software developer, it might seem strange to dedicate time to improving sales skills. Recently, though, I’ve noticed that the most successful software developers are great at selling at least […]
Software Soup Today you can add Google maps to your application with a few lines of code. Just think about how crazy that is?
Remembering how to listen as a tech community
Have you ever talked to someone who’s not listening to you?
What Software Developers Can Learn From Naruto Uzumaki
I believe that you can learn from everyone even if they’re a fictional character. If you have no idea who Naruto is then you’re definitely in for a treat. This is another post in a series that I’m writing on what software developer can learn for the lives of others. I’ll cover a mix of […]
Programmers tricked into playing the wrong game
Just because you’re in the game doesn’t mean you’re playing the right one.
A line of dripping paint
Have you heard the idea that we should learn with the goal of being t-shaped? There’s a metaphor I think aligns better with how I want to live life. I’m striving to be a line of dripping paint.
Software that’s complicated to test can’t maintain quality
I recently watched an episode of FunFunFunction by MPJ. He was talking about why settings are evil. There was one concept from the video that I found interesting. The idea is that software that’s complicated to test can’t maintain quality.
A question to solve many software problem
“Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.” — Mark Twain While listening to The Tim Ferriss Show, I heard a question that could be helpful for developers. The episode was about, Testing The “Impossible”: 17 Questions That Changed My Life. Question number eleven was the […]