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re: Can you become a developer on a team with no devs? VIEW POST

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One suggestion might be to see where you think you might be able to build something that somehow fixes or improves a process inside your company. This could be a tool that streamlines some task and or automates it. This could be a way to show your skill level as well as giving back to your company.

 

That's a great idea, and actually something I did want to do. But the one tool I could think of building would take more time than I could put into it. Work is also crazy busy right now (I've been working late every day including weekends), so it'll be hard to take on what I wanted to. But, I can for sure make time for something smaller, so this weekend I'll brainstorm ideas on smaller tools I can build to improve a process. 😊

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