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This list will is shorter than usual. Mainly because I didn't read as many articles last month since I was on a holiday half the time.
TLDR; "I believe self-driving cars are a short-term solution, before a 100% autonomous transportation system renders the current one (cars, roads and most related technology) — completely obsolete."
TLDR; "In our modern era of software delivery, CI/CD practices are currently the most widely accepted choice to shorten software development and delivery cycle time. CI/CD can create a fast and effective process of getting your product to market before your competition as well as releasing new features and bug fixes to keep your current customers happy. So now it’s a good time for you to start learning CI/CD if you haven't done so, it will be a valuable skill set with high demand for the future to come."
- They are smart but know their limits
- Strong independently but still make a kick-ass team
- They help others with problems
- They are kind and understanding
- They challenge you (in the right way)
- They understand "new shiny" isn't the solution for everything
- They know it doesn't matter when you program and what editor theme you use
- They don't go out of their way to make something more complex
- They don't think of the "me" in "team"
- You actually want to work with them
- Fall In Love With Your Code
- Try to Learn Everything
- Worship Frameworks & Languages
- Feel Proud if your Team Depends Heavily on You
- Mind Negative Feedback
- Keep Complaining
- Point Fingers
- Remove Your Work-Life Boundaries
TLDR; Find mindless-but-productive tasks to do when unable to work on a bigger task.