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Efficient Development (8 Part Series)

1) Disable notifications 2) Master your IDE 3 ... 6 3) Efficient developers write programs for themselves 4) Why to Docker Compose your developer environment 5) Did you read my email? 6) A more efficient developer: Go and have a rest 7) Habits of efficient developers 8) Other reasons for TDD: Baby steps, ROI, Evil Manager Syndrome and Watching the watchmen

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Dedicated with all my fondness to that good old friend that used to do this and never realized how extremely annoying it was.

Part of my upcoming conference talk "Habits of efficient developers" at WeAreDevelopers 2018.

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Classic DEV Post from May 19 '19

Don't let that huge codebase scare you! Tips and tools to make sense of other people's code

Parsing through a large, existing codebase can be challenging if you're new to a project. I'll share a few tips and tools for how you can make sense of other people's code without going crazy.

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