jiraTicket93518dWhat about colleagues?
That’s always been the best place for me to talk about detailed code stuff.
Other than that I’ve never felt like ant online community has been good for talking in depth about coding in general.
Outside of the office I’ve learned a lot from conferances, video classes and podcasts.
But talking shop at the office with senior deva has been the best by far.
jiraTicket93518d@junon - oh, then I highly recommend joining a different project/company. I know that’s not what you were askin for.. but still gotta mention it as an option.
I've always learned more from colleagues at work than outside of work. That day-to-day learning really builds up over time.
Sure - it might take a few tries to find a place where your colleagues can teach you things, when you're a senior dev, but you'd be surprised how quickly thing can change. I used to work for a place where I thought I was the best dev, switched to a different company and had 4-5 colleagues who were way beyond my skill level and taught me so many things on a weekly basis.
Berkmann1881517dI'm kind of in the same boat, but sometimes I find some Discord servers to be useful for this (e.g. the Developers Hangout), other than that people I work with on OSS projects.
gibus47717dGithub project -> Zulip chat -> Discord friends.
linuxxx11I've had this twice in a very short period of time now and it really pisses me the fuck off. Sitting in the t...
theredcameron5Do you ever feel like you're the socially awkward one on your team?
oscylo7When you try to socialize and you go to a pub but you end up on devRant. Mission accomplished.