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suggested rejected edit on Is it ok to write a quick software programme and then refactor it?
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comment How do you respond to a request for 'emergency contact information' for when you are on vacation?
Heck, parts of Ireland (my home country, so I know of which I speak) have zero coverage.
Oct
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comment Why do some teachers often consider bad practice things that are not?
Yep totally agree happens to everyone, only reason teachers are singled out is that their primary role is to, well, teach, whereas software devs main job is to produce a product (there's usually an element of mentoring/educating alongside but it is secondary). I have no doubt this phenomena occurs in other fields too, its just going to happen more in computing/IT related fields as the rate of change of 'best practice' is much higher than other fields.
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revised What is the definition of Time on Task?
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answered What is the definition of Time on Task?
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comment What is the definition of Time on Task?
..what @Péter said.
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comment What is the definition of Time on Task?
People get sidetracked all the time. desktop software upgrades, assisting other team members, administration work, emails etc..etc.. All that stuff has to be done but its very likely not within the scope of your tasks.
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accepted How to handle 'external' dependencies in scrum?
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revised How to handle 'external' dependencies in scrum?
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asked How to handle 'external' dependencies in scrum?