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re: Do you use time-tracking for work or for your personal time?
Yep, that definitely adds up to context switching. And I of...
re: Do you use time-tracking for work or for your personal time?
Thanks for sharing. I used toggle for a while but it didn't...
re: Do you use time-tracking for work or for your personal time?
Good luck with your project! Simplicity is really important...
re: Do you use time-tracking for work or for your personal time?
"necessary evil" seems like a perfect definition πŸ‘ I rememb...
re: Do you use time-tracking for work or for your personal time?
144blocks looks cool, I'll check it out, though I wouldn't ...
re: Do you use time-tracking for work or for your personal time?
I use a similar approach (especially in terms of discipline...
re: Do you use time-tracking for work or for your personal time?
On one of my projects, we made estimations in half-days, so...
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
Totally agree on adjusting your plan and switching learning...
re: Parents of DEV: How are you teaching your children about technology?
Maybe, but not very soon I guess :)
re: Parents of DEV: How are you teaching your children about technology?
I have a 5-year-old. Using touchscreen comes "naturally" by...
re: How to read more books πŸ“š
I use this as well but it works better with non-technical b...
re: How to read more books πŸ“š
Agree! For me it was initially "how to read more (than noth...
re: How to read more books πŸ“š
I have heard of a tip related to work or study overall that...
re: What was your win this week?
Thanks for your support! πŸ’™
re: What was your win this week?
And published a post on DEV after a while! :D ...
re: How to read more books πŸ“š
Great goal! I've seen most people set goals like 50 books w...
re: What was your win this week?
I've started writing regularly this week after a while πŸ’ͺ, m...
re: What's your work-from-home outfit?
I love these outfits :D ...
re: How many computer devices do you own?
5-year old Asus laptop, which I use as a primary computer ...
re: What are your thoughts on the 4-day work week?
I'm not 100% sure if I would like that, regarding lower inc...
re: I've been coding for 20 years, Ask Me Anything!
Have you ever taken long(ish) breaks?
re: I've been coding for 20 years, Ask Me Anything!
Have you ever wanted to leave IT/got bored of programming? ...
re: Joining the DEV team βœ…
I'm happy to collaborate as well!
re: Expanding The DEV Core Team!
I had no idea about the id :D
re: What are your favourite dev resources?
Apart from dev.to: a couple of weekly newsletters. I love...
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
Many of the books I've read are Ruby-specific, though curre...
re: Unpublished Posts...do you plan on returning to them?
I work on posts in a similar way and I found this way to be...
re: Unpublished Posts...do you plan on returning to them?
I have a lot of drafts and notes for possible posts. Most o...
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
For me, it's hard to recommend a specific book to learn to ...
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
Can relate :D I'm currently reading "Working Effectively wi...
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
I have a paperback Grokking Algorithms, a great book ✨
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
Great points, David. I also found it useful to read books o...
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
Agree, I don't usually learn by reading books for the new t...
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
For most of the books, I do experiment with the code pieces...
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
I remember downloading the php documentation instead of usi...
re: Learning to love software development books πŸ’™
I was sure reading (docs, articles) is my learning style, b...
re: Workspace Wednesday: Show off your desk/computer setup!
re: Have you ever quit a job without anything else lined up?
I did it twice: the first time I was tired of editing the s...
re: Using `Hash#fetch` in Ruby for better nil handling
Learned this one from the "Confident Ruby" book (which I lo...
re: Codebase is too large. Any tips on how you quickly understood existing codebase on your first job?
Personally, I found out that it's easier to get familiarize...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (March 11th edition)
I'm looking for your contributions to the DEV codebase :) ...
re: Engineering Bookclub – The Pragmatic Programmer
Good luck with your club )
re: Engineering Bookclub – The Pragmatic Programmer
I have also found an Allison McMillan's post which contains...
re: I've wrapped up a successful mentorship on Dev.to - AMA
Thanks for the detailed answers, Ryan.
re: I've wrapped up a successful mentorship on Dev.to - AMA
Thanks again ) One last question: how much time were you sp...
re: I've wrapped up a successful mentorship on Dev.to - AMA
Thanks for the answer! A couple of more questions if that's...
re: I've wrapped up a successful mentorship on Dev.to - AMA
Hi, Ryan! Thanks for the interesting topic. As I understood...
re: Engineering Bookclub – The Pragmatic Programmer
Thanks for the online book club recommendation, Christine! ...
re: I'm Danny de Vries, Web development lecturer at the Amsterdam University, Ask Me Anything!
Thanks again!
re: I'm Danny de Vries, Web development lecturer at the Amsterdam University, Ask Me Anything!
Thanks! Could you answer one more question: What's the bigg...
re: I'm Danny de Vries, Web development lecturer at the Amsterdam University, Ask Me Anything!
Hey, Danny. What are the most challenging concepts or top...
re: How We Construct Software - Part Two (Beliefs and Models)
Nice podcast!
re: DEV Community Is Open-Sourcing Its Performance Metrics via Skylight
Ben, thanks for mentioning me. I still think that the Stori...
re: What do you do while waiting for tests to finish running?
Choosing the SSD to buy, in my case :D
re: What do you do while waiting for tests to finish running?
That's a problem! What works best for me is: planning the n...
re: What books do you want to read next year?
As for the technical books: First I'd like to finish "The ...
re: What's software development like as a non-native English speaker?
It's hard for me to imagine what it's like to write code in...
re: What are the best books you've read so far in 2018?
Designing Data-Intensive Applications These books by Jessi...
re: If you could go back 10 years, what would you say to yourself?
10 years ago I was at the university and was working part-t...
re: What's most likely to kill your motivation for the day/month/year?
Yep, working with vague requirements and having flexible ex...
re: What's most likely to kill your motivation for the day/month/year?
Apart from physical issues like disease and sleep deprivati...
re: I'm Sandi Metz, Ask Me Anything! [Finished]
Hi, Sandi! Thank you for your books, they are great :) A co...
re: How do you keep track of what you’re working on so you remember where to start next time?
I mostly use plain txt files. Usually I put there current t...
re: How did you get into programming in the first place?
We had Pascal lessons at school, then (mostly boring) progr...
re: What are your programming goals for 2017?
release at least 1-2 pet projects first Android app get a ...
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