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Lorenzo Pasqualis

I started writing software in 1984. Over the years I worked with many languages, technologies, and tools. I have been in leadership positions since the early 2000s, and in executive roles since 2014.

Education

Computer Science

Work

VP of Engineering at DreamBox Learning

Last 250 Comments

re: Should I accept coding challenges for a potential job?
Well, you can choose to take that stance. I never heard of ...
re: Software Maintenance, Understanding the 4 Types
Thank you, David! You just made my day :)
re: Are you all superhuman?
Same thing, really. I’d simply say “I can never remember th...
re: Do you still use a macOS app launcher?
I used to be an avid Alfred user, but Spotlight has come a ...
re: Are you all superhuman?
No, I don’t think you have to memorize exact syntax. At lea...
re: How to Improve Writing Skills as a Non-Native Speaker
Thank you, Ilona. As a non-native speaker, I also have to l...
re: Software Maintenance, Understanding the 4 Types
Thank you! Yes, I did take a writing break, but I am planni...
re: Should I accept coding challenges for a potential job?
Alright, you had some interesting questions and I am going ...
re: Should I accept coding challenges for a potential job?
Well, I can't really control how you feel, but I can contro...
re: Should I accept coding challenges for a potential job?
Well, I believe that we do agree on one thing: it would pro...
re: How do I get experience when I have no experience?
Freelancing is an excellent way to get started.
re: Should I accept coding challenges for a potential job?
Here is a point of view. The huge backlog of code you ar...
re: Why I'm automatically deleting my old tweets using AWS Lambda
I am a big fan of your writing and storytelling. Excellent ...
re: Do you have fond memories of old codebases you no longer work on?
Most greenfield projects I've worked on. Starting something...
re: What is the most fun coding problem you resolved?
Awesome, thank you for sharing!!
re: Avoid Design by Committee: Generate Apart, Evaluate Together
Thank you, Jakob!!
re: 5 Reasons Why I Love Being Wrong
Hi, thank you! Yes, I did read that book and I find mysel...
re: Were you born to be a developer?
No. I was born to "build stuff that requires creative ideat...
re: Changelog: Onboarding New Community Members
Awesome! Love it!
re: What are the best options on the market for external computer monitors?
You can buy it from Amazon (latest, curved model) for $600.
re: Is Bitcoin vulnerable to a "bank run"?
It is falling as fast as it went up: qz.com/1163988/bitcoin...
re: Explain Interpreted Programming Languages Like I'm Five
A scripting language is interpreted at run-time. A compiled...
re: Explain idempotency (in REST) like I'm Five
The 5-year-old explanation could be: You can go to your pa...
re: Is Bitcoin vulnerable to a "bank run"?
I think that Bitcoin is definitely at risk. What we are obs...
re: Dark theme for dev.to?
One of the things that will happen with a dark theme is tha...
re: Choosing The Proper Level of Abstraction
Awesome! I was hoping someone would notice the meta-aspect ...
re: Choosing The Proper Level of Abstraction
Somebody built a super-computer when they were asked to bui...
re: Choosing The Proper Level of Abstraction
Thank you, Rafal!!
re: I'm Scott Hanselman, ask me anything!
Hey Scott, Thank you for participating in this AMA. I'd li...
re: Choosing The Proper Level of Abstraction
Thank you, Ben!!
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
I just published it :) Hope you like it, and looking forwar...
re: Choosing The Proper Level of Abstraction
For some reason, writing this post was like giving birth to...
re: Why do people like Perl?
They like it because it is comfortable to them; they have l...
re: Best Languages to Learn How to Code
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Thank you, Njoku. "Tech enthusiast" in my model is not a l...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Thank you, Don. I am honored and humbled by your thoughtful...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Ana, thank you for your note. I am writing an article about...
re: Changelog: Dev.to Now Searchable in Chrome Omnibox
Awesome!
re: Socket.io: Making Web Sockets a Piece of Cake!
Nice! Love it! Thank you.
re: The Lying Desk and the Patate Technique
This is awesome!! Thank you for writing it. It gave me a sm...
re: Developer's Serenity Prayer
😆
re: dev.to monthly report — November
You guys @ dev.to really listen to your users. Kudos and th...
re: Guidelines for approaching duplicate discussions on dev.to
It is very refreshing to see such focus and attention on cr...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Yeah, I can see that. Despite my attempt and dissertation a...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
LOL. This discussion reminds me of this quote: There are ...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Thank you! I'll need to take a peek.
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
About performance, you might find this is interesting: d...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
As long as it is clear what problem it resolves and the tra...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Martial arts (not marshal). You don't have to be a black b...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Programmer is before computer scientist, so no... a program...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
I covered this in the post, but software engineering is not...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
The vast majority of computer science theory doesn't have m...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Thank you for your note. However, I am going to respectfull...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Thank you, David. Your note made my day!
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Ha! I like this interpretation better, Jess! :) :) I think ...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
That is correct, and you have a good point. I'll need to th...
re: 7 Ranks of Coderhood: Coder, Programmer, Computer Scientist, Developer, Engineer, Architect
Thank you, David! I think that results (not effort) are wha...
re: 11 Books All Software Engineers Must Read
Thank you, Alyss!! I actually read both. You are right, tho...
re: Understanding And Overcoming Coder's Block
Thank you! :)
re: How to receive and respond to text messages in Ruby with Hanami and Twilio
Very good article! Well done! Thank you for posting this.
re: Understanding And Overcoming Coder's Block
Thank you! Very glad that this was helpful.
re: The DEV Shop is open for business
Flawless shopping experience. Looking forward wearing my De...
re: How would you go about providing minimal-latency web experience for a single local event?
I am not sure if this what you are looking for, but a local...
re: 11 Books All Software Engineers Must Read
The list might seem random but is far from it. The fact tha...
re: Books appear to still be popular in software development
I read ebooks and Audiobooks. Even if I love the feeling of...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you for your interest in translating this article int...
re: 19 Types of Developers Explained
Thank you. That's interesting. I still see that as a back-e...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you! Fixed!
re: Explain me C compilation like I'm five
When you compile a program you might have to choose the tar...
re: Explain me C compilation like I'm five
Your computer doesn't understand C. Your computer understands...
re: Changelog: Language detection and segmentation
Awesome, thank you. I might be able to bring some Italian fol...
re: Changelog: Language detection and segmentation
Cool! Any chances that you will support Italian as one of the...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
You are so welcome!! Thank you for reading!!
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you so much for your note, Jamal!! Made my day.
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
The article is about problem solving skills, not skills in ...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
That is music to my ears. Thank you so much!!
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Wonderful, thank you for your note.
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you, Grant. Yes, over-abstraction is the only thing t...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you, very glad it is helpful.
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
You are so welcome, Michael. Thank you for reading and for ...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Indeed. The temptation is for people to re-do the work. The...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you, Chinmay! I really appreciate your comment!!
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Excellent, thank you! Let me know if it was helpful, and if...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Awesome, thank you Ethan!!
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you, Mel. I really appreciate your note.
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you, Gregor!!
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you, Matheus. Yes, absolutely, I’d be honored if you ...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you, Rafal! Your comment made my day!
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Awesome, thank you!
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers
Thank you!! Very glad you liked it.
re: Help Me Help You! Ask Me to Tackle Topics Important To You.
I think of leadership as a career choice more than a necess...
re: Help Me Help You! Ask Me to Tackle Topics Important To You.
Oh, yes. This is a topic of great interest to me. I have be...
re: Help Me Help You! Ask Me to Tackle Topics Important To You.
Trends change all the time. We are in the middle of the AR/...
re: Help Me Help You! Ask Me to Tackle Topics Important To You.
Ah, that is a very interesting topic indeed. I'll put it on...
re: Help Me Help You! Ask Me to Tackle Topics Important To You.
Cool, thank you!! It is an important topic. I actually beli...
re: On-demand software consulting?
Yes! I think this is an awesome idea, Ben. It would be a grea...
re: 11 Top Responsibilities and 10 Common Mistakes of a Technical Leader
Thank you for the kind words, and thank you for sharing you...
re: Meeting Doodles
Thank you :)
re: First monthly dev.to progress report
Awesome! I love that you are starting a monthly update. Wha...
re: 👻 Do you have any horror stories to share? Spooky bugs, scary data leaks, horrifying code, etc. 🎃
Oh, I know... :)
re: 👻 Do you have any horror stories to share? Spooky bugs, scary data leaks, horrifying code, etc. 🎃
Oh yeah, I remember many years ago when my CTO wanted to cl...
re: Stop Waiting
Thank you! I really liked this article. It is very true and...
re: Thought experiment - Create your own degree
I'd go with this: 30% software engineering/development. T...
re: The problem with temporary solutions
This is an important topic. I have seen "temporary solution...
re: Do you have any input on the functionality of the hiring tag?
I am not entirely sure to spot the difference between a "no...
re: Dealing with praise
There is only one and only one good answer to praise: Thank...
re: I hate marketing
I think the big question is: do you believe this is a probl...
re: 19 Types of Developers Explained
You are so welcome!! SDETs are essential, IMO.
re: 19 Types of Developers Explained
Fixed :)
re: 19 Types of Developers Explained
LOL, did I really skip one?? :) :) Wow.
re: 19 Types of Developers Explained
It is a good choice. I think there is a great future in tha...
re: 15 Best Ways to Achieve Flow
Thank you, Pawel! Your kind words made my day.
re: Interviewing Engineers, Patterns and Common Behaviors
Very interesting, thank you for your comment. Even if I don...
re: How to Learn
I did! Thank you, Jess, to point this out, and thank you, L...
re: Open Letter to My Younger Self
Awesome!!! Thank you!
re: What do you talk about during your one-on-one meetings with your engineering (or other) manager?
A one-on-one is a time for you to talk to your manager abou...
re: Open Letter to My Younger Self
Thank you, Patryk!
re: Open Letter to My Younger Self
Thank you for your thoughtful note!!
re: How do you populate your development databases?
This is such an important conversation. I have had the same...
re: Looking for questions to ask developers in a fun interview series
Think of three people you worked with who match the followi...
re: Your favorite analogies to explain IT concepts. Let's discuss!
You know, the more I think about it, the more it makes sens...
re: How do you handle lack of self-confidence and career-numbing doubt?
In any field where the complexities grow to be greater than...
re: 12 Reasons To Avoid Individual Code Ownership
Huh? Let me remind you of the context we are discussing. Th...
re: 12 Reasons To Avoid Individual Code Ownership
No, it is not easy, at all. Good leadership is the differ...
re: 12 Reasons To Avoid Individual Code Ownership
That is a common prospective that I have seen over the year...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Hi, If you are asked to step up is because you probably dis...
re: What does it take to be a senior developer?
A way of looking at this: It is all relative. Senior is a ...
re: Personal Brand Development For Software Engineers
Awesome! Thank you for your feedback and perspective. Very ...
re: Personal Brand Development For Software Engineers
Thanks, man! You just made my day!
re: Personal Brand Development For Software Engineers
That's awesome! Thank you, Friben!!
re: Personal Brand Development For Software Engineers
Thank you, Sabbu. Your kind words make all the difference t...
re: I'm the CTO of Meetup, ask me anything!
What kinds of things do you recommend for CTO’s and VP’s of...
re: Best Languages to Learn How to Code
CPython does transform the Python code into bytecode and ru...
re: Best Languages to Learn How to Code
Thank you, Sammy!!
re: Best Languages to Learn How to Code
Thank you, Sahil!!
re: Best Languages to Learn How to Code
Ok. Thank you for your comment.
re: The Software Product “Issue Cycle Phenomenon
Yes! I completely agree.
re: Explain variables in programming like I'm five
It was just a joke :) Since a variable can change value, th...
re: Letter to my 21 years self
Very nice! I really enjoyed reading this and can relate to ...
re: Explain variables in programming like I'm five
A variable is a box with a name and commitment problems.
re: The Software Product “Issue Cycle Phenomenon
Excellent!!!
re: Explain the Boot Sequence Like I'm 5
Taking the “like I am 5” part seriously. You turn on the co...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Hi Oras, Thank you for the kind words. I am glad the discus...
re: What is the next language you want to learn, and why?
Python is a great language with a huge following and very i...
re: Famous Quotes, and Other Logical Fallacies
Words are important. This quote has been used time and time...
re: How to keep learning to program, over and over again, forever.
he process takes years and you cannot rush it. This is v...
re: A Common Technical Lead Pitfall
I think you are experiencing an example of poor leadership....
re: What's playing in your headphones while you code?
Trance music.
re: What do you wish you knew when starting your last gig?
Understand the specific domain concepts. Build a glossary ...
re: Career Advice: Work Yourself Out of Your Job
That does happen, but the question to ask is "why." Looking...
re: Career Advice: Work Yourself Out of Your Job
Absolutely!
re: Career Advice: Work Yourself Out of Your Job
Thank you!
re: From Coding To Management To Leadership
Thank you for your very thoughtful comment. There is much ...
re: 7 Best Ways to Make One-On-One Meetings More Productive
Thank you for your note!
re: Who is a Sr Software Engineer?
If you are referring to the title, it depends on the organi...
re: Becoming a DevOps “expert”
I guess it depends on the Org. However, DevOps is not reall...
re: It's a fact: great teams have great leaders.
Very good post, Ana. The value of strong leadership in a te...
re: Advice on training junior developers
My pleasure. Let me know how it goes.
re: Advice on training junior developers
You want to put a seed down and watch it grow. Give it some...
re: How to apply your coding skills to turn yourself into a self-made millionaire
Great post! When I was in college in the early '90's I wrot...
re: Steps to mitigate 503 errors on dev.to
Thank you for the hard work on this! How many servers do y...
re: Should I test initialize?
Yes, all Ruby code should be tested. Ruby is a non-compile...
re: 16 Best Source Code Gems [Collection]
LOL. Not weird at all. Some scare me too :) I am convinced...
re: I'm a Git Master, Ask Me Anything
Git used to be notoriously bad to manage binary files. What...
re: How I Fixed My Carpal Tunnel Pain
Exercise is definitely good. It never fixed my wrist, but i...
re: How I Fixed My Carpal Tunnel Pain
Ah, thank you for the s/// !! I missed that one in my editi...
re: How I Fixed My Carpal Tunnel Pain
The company I work for purchased raising desks for everyone...
re: 11 Books All Software Engineers Must Read
My pleasure!
re: How I Fixed My Carpal Tunnel Pain
Probably all the things you did (vertical mice, comfortable...
re: How I Fixed My Carpal Tunnel Pain
Yes, you are right. Standing all day is also a problem. Tha...
re: How I Fixed My Carpal Tunnel Pain
I have not tried super-ergonomic keyboards for a few reason...
re: Why should I not choose Ruby on Rails ?
;-)
re: Why should I not choose Ruby on Rails ?
Haha, that's cool. When you bring up the side just consider...
re: Why should I not choose Ruby on Rails ?
It didn't take very long :) $ whois magicoverlogic.com ...
re: Why should I not choose Ruby on Rails ?
It is a good band name, isn't it? :) Also, it the domain na...
re: Why should I not choose Ruby on Rails ?
They call the pattern "convention over configuration". You...
re: Apple Event Takeaways?
I am just waiting for "Facelockgate" or "Facegate" to trend...
re: 5 Best Strategies To Get Your First Programming Job
That is an excellent question. Unfortunately, I don't think...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
I never considered quitting my career. I am a software buil...
re: 5 Best Strategies To Get Your First Programming Job
You never know! It can be easy and stress-free, or it can b...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
So, did you use Scrum before when you were driving the proj...
re: Mindful Code Exercises
Mindfulness is the quality or state of being conscious or a...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
The best thing you can do is to show what you can do and sh...
re: 5 Best Strategies To Get Your First Programming Job
Thank you! :)
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
It depends. If they were never strong performers, then I ha...
re: Why should I not choose Ruby on Rails ?
It is definitely improving. Version 5 is quite modular. It ...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Management and leadership are very different things. To man...
re: Why should I not choose Ruby on Rails ?
Yes, starting with JRuby is a good strategy as it allows yo...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
When I started I should have been networking more with othe...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Your passion for technology is commendable, and your enthus...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Well, my view might surprise you. I think that developers n...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Thank you, Jess!!
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Thank you!
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
For junior devs I look for passion and for willingness and ...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Excellent. Knowing what you want is super important. It all...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
My pleasure!!
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
The tendency is for hiring managers to ask if people are fa...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
You are not being rude at all. I switched to management ...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Thank you! :) My advice is to read this book. It is a great...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
A few things to consider (some similar to a previous answer...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Yes. To be able to effectively communicate the importance a...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Hey Jess, It is so dependent on the person that a single fr...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
People skills. In particular: How to provide and receive ...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
English is the only human language that really matters in s...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
I write very little code, and I decided that it is ok. It i...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Got it! I use "Monaco", but I am not too particular.
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Yes! The biggest advice I can give is: Be flexible! Let yo...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
My advice is to make sure that you create a solid framework...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Operating system: any flavor of Unix. For my development m...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
To me, the most important skills a developer needs to have ...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Thank you!!! Challenges keep on coming. It never gets borin...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
The answer is pretty clear in my mind: Soft skills and Pro...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
The more technical knowledge you have, the better you can b...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Thank you for the question, Ben. This could be a 5000 words...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
The most important thing is that you must be sure that you ...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
My advice is to use what you have to your advantage and und...
re: I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.
Vincenzo, Recent studies have demonstrated that the human b...
re: Teaching Secondary School Girls To Code - My Experience
Wonderful! I am a very active advocate for women in tech, and...
re: From Coding To Management To Leadership
Here are some great books that are a great starting point: ...
re: What is the best mechanical keyboard out there?
The best one I know is this one. Hard to beat.
re: 11 Books All Software Engineers Must Read
My pleasure!
re: Helpful learning material for C++
Look no further than The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne...
re: What if I solve it too quickly?
My recommendation is to spend the time solving work-related...
re: Why should I not choose Ruby on Rails ?
GoLang is new(ish) compared to other languages. It was deve...
re: 11 Books All Software Engineers Must Read
Excellent! You are another old-timer. What was your first l...
re: 11 Books All Software Engineers Must Read
Thank you, David. Glad you found the list useful. Oh yes, ...
re: From Coding To Management To Leadership
Thank you for your note. I don't disagree with anything you...
re: Why should I not choose Ruby on Rails ?
RoR is great to get started. It allows you to make great pr...
re: A thought about quality of software product
Thank you for the post. It made me think. I have to respec...
re: From Coding To Management To Leadership
Thank you!!
re: From Coding To Management To Leadership
There isn't a silver bullet, but there are many things you ...
re: Your Ultimate Guide to Corporate Jargon
off-line, to indicate a conversation that should be continu...
re: What are some ideas for tags on dev.to?
One more suggestion: #project, to be used to find developer...
re: From Coding To Management To Leadership
Thank you! It is a pleasure to post on dev.to. Thank you fo...
re: What are some ideas for tags on dev.to?
What about #problem when seeking the collective wisdom of t...
re: A Day in The Life of a Software Engineer
Bolbo is very immersed in his work, but he does take time o...
re: A Day in The Life of a Software Engineer
I love that. Thank you!
re: A Day in The Life of a Software Engineer
He will never retire.
re: A Day in The Life of a Software Engineer
At Night. See last section :)
re: 11 Books All Software Engineers Must Read
Excellent choice. Fun book.
re: Making babies, emotions and code reviews
That also promotes team ownership! Very good. Thank you for...
re: Making babies, emotions and code reviews
Yes, that is a very good suggestion! Details like that matt...
re: Are covers letters important to apply for a job?
I agree with Ben. It is not necessary, but it does help to ...
re: Forming a programming career
You don't have to be stuck in any situation you don't like....
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