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@d_pechkin
Like I have said in the past, people who complain about git are spoiled. Git is a pleasure to work with.

Stop this foolishness! This is vendor lock-in for employment! M$ already has their teeth in you with LinkedIn don't give they your code too.
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RT @pedrosanders_
As a developer, your GitHub profile is your portfolio.
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RT @pedrosanders_
As a developer, your GitHub profile is your portfolio.

RT @WeinsteinAharon
It's happening folks! I am porting my UNIX shell configuration to a common lisp repl to use said repl to replace my shell.

RT @ploeh
@tottinge @sebastiangozin Yes, and it also seems to me that there's a relationship between that heuristic and cyclomatic complexity: blog.ploeh.dk/2019/12/09/put-c

RT @stylewarning
What boggles my mind is that Python has had billions of dollars of direct and indirect investment, with participation from every nook and cranny of the software syndicate—academia and industry—yet... this is all you get.

RT @allenholub
If you're using Fibonacci Story Points (which I do not recommend), bear in mind that the first two numbers in the series are 1. So, the next step up from a 1-point story is also a 1-point story. Just sayin' 😄

RT @einarwh
Waiting for the book "Working Effectively With Legacy People".

RT @unclebobmartin
Agile does not make you code faster; it helps you code better.

Agile destroys hope and lets you see just how screwed you are early enough to maybe do something about it.

And since you coded better you actually CAN do something about it.

RT @GeePawHill
Hey yo, the first rule of management: Catch them doing something right.

Did you tell someone today how fucking pleased you are with their work?

You can do it now. You can tell them now. You can feed them now. You can create the future of us now.

RT @allenholub
• Get feedback throughout the dev process.
• Eliminate bureaucracy.
• Test early, test often, automate when possible.
• Create a culture of quality that pervades the org.
• Focus on the system, not on individuals.

What am I missing? 2/2

How do you explain to a customer cost as time do for work that does not fit on a user story or deliver direct value, like setting up ci pipeline, database migrations etc.. @allenholub @davefarley77 @GeePawHill @unclebobmartin .

Hey anyone out there can give me some feedback on my resume / CV

Thanks in advance.

yisraeldov.com

Feel free to send me a merge request:

gitlab.com/yisraeldov/resume/-

RT @allenholub
"Quiet Quitting" has been integral to Agile since day one: "Agile processes promote sustainable dev. The…developers…should be able to maintain a constant pace indefinitely." No overtime.No "110%." No burnout. Just doing a great job w/ zero tolerance for exploitation

The worst thing about vodka is that you eventually run out.

Any good roll playing games that don't require reading?

How dumb. Any one who is Chasidic enough to only be able to read Yiddish isn't going any where near your treif blat
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RT @brianmrosenthal
We spent over a year reporting about Hasidic schools. We want people in the Hasidic community to be able to read the story. So we translated it into a Hasidic dialect of Yiddish. It may be the first time the NYT has ever published an article in Yiddish: nytimes.com/yi/2022/09/11/nyr…
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RT @brianmrosenthal
We spent over a year reporting about Hasidic schools. We want people in the Hasidic community to be able to read the story. So we translated it into a Hasidic dialect of Yiddish. It may be the first time the NYT has ever published an article in Yiddish: nytimes.com/yi/2022/09/11/nyre

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