11 posts tagged with "team-driven developer"

Pair Reviewing

February 15, 2023
Pair programming is a fantastic tool to improve code and share knowledge. Pair reviewing can be just as beneficial and I think you should give it a try.

Four Tips When Joining a New Team

January 17, 2023
Joining a team as a software engineer can be intimidating. There is a lot of pressure and alot of unknowns. Here are some tips to maximize your first few weeks for maximum long-term success.

How to Get Software Documentation Right

January 17, 2022
What to write down, what to generate, and coming to terms that documentation is always out of date.

My Top Takeaways from Team Topologies

December 13, 2021
The most important things I learned from the popular book and how I'm trying to apply them.

Let's Talk About Trust

August 10, 2021
Trust is really important, but often illusive. How do we build it on our teams to help oursleves build great software?

One File Improved My Team's Communication

May 07, 2021
How maintaining one simple file in our repository improved how my team communicated about the software we built.

Surviving Your First Code Review

December 12, 2020
It can be difficult when you submit your first pull request and your first code review feedback is, well, overwhelming. How do you find the right way to address the feedback but also not just cater to every whim of your reviewer?

How to Give Feedback

November 24, 2020
Feedback is hard. Here are some tips to help you give feedback well.

On Sustainable Software Development

July 11, 2020
β€œHero” programming only lasts so long.

How to Introduce Kaizen to Your Team

June 06, 2020
Convincing your team to embrace continuous improvement.

The Best Ways to Crush It as a New Team Member

July 05, 2019
How to join a team as an engineer