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Jan
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comment Skeptic in a Scrum Team
Is there a way to make the skeptics to like the SCRUM? It's a bit weak thing to do - just don't use it if you don't like it.
Jan
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comment Skeptic in a Scrum Team
We do the stand-ups. But the thing is that my teammate doesn't try to work as a team member
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comment Skeptic in a Scrum Team
Way of Working.
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comment Skeptic in a Scrum Team
The thing is that I'm a new employee in the company. I came when they've started using agile WoW. And my teammate works in the company for 15 years
Jan
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comment Skeptic in a Scrum Team
I don't think this is a solution at all. It's like, my hand hurts..Oh, let's just cut it.
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answered The most mind-bending programming language?
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comment Can One Get a Solid Programming Foundation Without Going To College/University?
I have a friend who has a degree in some <noname>, and he's successful Flash/PHP programmer. I guess it's all up to you. I for example have a degree in physics, but I'm a software developer. Two years ago i decided to get a Master Degree in CS, just because I wanted it, not because I needed it.
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comment Question about programming in linux
+1 for mentioning NetBeans, I also find it a decent IDE for Linux and C++. But I'd also say that one should not rely completely on it. It's a great IDE for cross-references, code completion, auto-generation tools, debugger, but one still have to know make, gdb, and a source-control CLI commands.
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answered Am I copy/paste programmer?