Tag: efficiency

A bunch of individuals doesn’t make a team

A team sport Last year I’ve finally obtained the certificate of competency authorizing me to operate sailing yachts so I’ve spent a part of my long vacation on a boat. I love sailing. Sailing is pretty much about the experience and learning the right skills. Every moment on the water is different, and it’s important

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Take a break

Just one more… Do you know the feeling of I’ll compile it just one more time or I’ll fix only this one more bug? The thought that suck you into few more hours of writing code? Then you notice there’s no one working anymore or there’s late at night already and there’s high time to

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Inking and thinking in software development

It’s not the ink—it’s the think “It’s not the ink—it’s the think,” wrote Robert Mankoff (New Yorker cartoon editor), answering to the question how to get ideas for cartoons by people who want to submit them to The New Yorker. “There really is no trick—you just have to think of them” he said. It’s the same in creating

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