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accepted As a solo developer, how can I use a whiteboard in programming effectively?
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comment How to improve programming skills as a Junior without Senior
I work on .NET environment, and wish I could just have links to pass at you. My strategy is the first one. I work for an engineering firm for 4 years and when I felt that I was not learning anything new, I just changed jobs. There is nothing personal to the people I knew. Actually I am planning to play tennis with them. If you like open source, i'd would be pick an open source software you use and like. Anyone can contribute, noone will judge you. I know this because some .net projects are open source, and everyone is very welcoming. For example, we re wrote some code from Agatha package.
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comment As a solo developer, how can I use a whiteboard in programming effectively?
Well, Walter, yes it could, this is relevant to programming since it is hard to keep thoughts together especially when you are presenting with changing fairly complicated data model. And it does help to be more productive if one shares their doubts with other developers, and ask for their thoughts.
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