Thanks Matthew, lots to think about there! When I get a chance I like to work in a pair, but it isn't always easy as I'm primarily remote.
Rubber duck debugging can work with pets or inanimate objects (it helps if it's something you can anthropomorphize, such as a stuffed toy), or a non-programmer. It's the act of explaining it that gets your brain working.
I really should give this a go. I spend a lot of time alone in my home office. I could speak with an inanimate object quite easily without being interrupted.
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