I just learned about rubber duck debugging, where the programmer explains code, line by line, to a rubber duck or other inanimate object in order to find the problem. This approach sounds ...
You try a new tool and it does not work. You google the problem and if you are lucky a random answer says you need to edit some weird configuration file and place it in a specific directory you don't ...
Following the Pareto rule, a programmer spends only 20% of his time for really useful things. I spend 80% of my time debugging, fixing small things to get everything working. Is there a way to spend ...