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revised What if the “catch” block is empty - “{}”
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revised What is the right testing strategy in Agile Scrum/Kanban teams?
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answered What is the right testing strategy in Agile Scrum/Kanban teams?
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revised Should the story points of stories created after splitting a story add up to the number of story points of that story?
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answered Should the story points of stories created after splitting a story add up to the number of story points of that story?
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comment The most human language like programming language
I used to write COBOL. Why did I use it? - because I had a job and the job required it. I didn't 'choose' it. Back in the day you didn't get to pick languages, you used whatever the organization that employed you decided, Another example - 15 years ago I had a job that required you to use vi as the editor. The upside? we actually had days of training in it. That turned out to be something I'm really glad for now - I can't imagine learning vi from scratch with all the other options out there!
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comment Which algorithm to find the shortest (nodes count) path that encompasses all polygons inside a larger polygon?
Sounds like homework. Show us what you've tried or tried to learn or google and not found.
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revised As a student, how to determine areas of ignorance?
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comment As a student, how to determine areas of ignorance?
Answer questions here - the votes will prove your worth - and get your profile more than its current level of 169 points after 4 years. Also update margusmartsepp.weebly.com Mainly I think you should focus on how to communicate ideas and knowledge with others. You have an extensive programming background but this can be limited by your ability to communicate this information with others others than by the code you write.
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comment How to handle short notice (but high priority) maintenance tasks in SCRUM
Yes it is often surprising how little time is left to 'dev' - but this can be good as it often exposes all the other crap that takes up time but isn't accounted for.
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revised Scrum: how to integrate work done by an overachieving developer out of band?
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comment How to handle short notice (but high priority) maintenance tasks in SCRUM
You may also find programmers.stackexchange.com/q/271910/34069 useful. It is nearly, but not quite, a duplicate.
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comment How to handle short notice (but high priority) maintenance tasks in SCRUM
When I see "fits well for most of our tasks, only a few don't fit" I recommend taking a step back with an open mind and asking others - as you're doing here - but be prepared for advice that you didn't expect or initially consider significant. Those 'few little things' may be big critical things that you've not fully understood yet. That has been my experience in most agile settings.