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1answer
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How to transfer code responsibility to another developer [duplicate]

I'm in a situation at work where I have to transfer responsibility of a large code base that I inherited, re-factored and enhanced to another developer. This is the first time that I have to do such a ...
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5answers
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Do you rotate agile team members?

I've got long standing developers in my sprint team. They know the domain, they've been with the company 5+ years and as a team we have a pretty good burn down rate. There are other sprint teams, ...
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3answers
244 views

How should I introduce a new programmer to a complex project?

We have a pretty complex project with 100 or so classes, multiple custom elements, etc. We have a new senior programmer who will work on this project. How should we approach the task of introducing ...
5
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3answers
727 views

Junior developers in a remote working environment [closed]

Our company is looking to introduce remote working as an option for its developers. This book (Remote: Office not required) has been offering some valuable guidance. However one issue that is not ...
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5answers
291 views

How should we develop the project with different members with different skill level? [duplicate]

We are developing a project with three members. I am the permanent member, we hired a contractor from a company to be a team lead and one very junior coder. Now the contractor is doing the server side ...
5
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2answers
371 views

What should I do if I have a genius team lead which does not share? [closed]

Good evening, I got some uncertainties and need some advise or any experiences 'story' from you guys. The question is quite straight forward but I gonna clarify somethings in details. My Background ...
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6answers
803 views

Is Pair Programming also used to train less experienced developers and bring them up to speed? [duplicate]

I am familiar with Agile and Pair Programming (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pair_programming). I thought Pair Programming was used if there was a complex requirement i.e. two sets of eyes is better ...
3
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3answers
268 views

Study a project to be able to maintain it in future

I've joined as a fresher (trainee) a software company developing for Windows Store. I don't know much about C#. My company has started Windows Store development recently. They didn't do .Net ...
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2answers
287 views

A good way to share knowledge of a new technology with team members when time is short?

We've been having constant requirement changes of having to choose which graphic rendering library to use for our project. In a team of about 10 members, two of us are exploring the new graphic ...
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6answers
1k views

What should I do to leave a job professionally? [duplicate]

Given that the current employer knows and has been given appropriate notice ahead of time, how can a programmer make a clean job transition from his old job? What things should the programer consider? ...
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9answers
777 views

Advice for solo programmer whose team will expand in the near future

For 4 years now, I've been the solo developer for a small company. We have a handful of well establish products in a niche industry. We will be hiring 1-2 developers soon, and that will likely change ...