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Confirmation message takes too long, ask us to make it faster as it should not hold the user back.
Next week: the confirmation message is too fast we must please make it slower 🙈2
While driving home from work.
Then I have two choices either fix it when I get home or remember to fix it the next day, which I then have to think very hard to remember what the solution was.
Should have fixed it when I got home ... 😫2
While attending an internal training session (some joining the meeting online and some present in the room), an online attendee did not mute their microphone and proceed to eat a packet of crisps/chips. And not softly, but like a horse.
We were also recording it, so now we can listen to it over and over ...1
Biggest disturbance would be a colleague, but even worse if one of those colleagues has a vacuum cleaner 😒3
At a developer conference, we were given these "dev joke" card to trade with another person, to break the ice and make a new connection.4
It's actually great being a developer in South Africa, but it depends a lot on the company where you work.1
Relating to @mksana 's rant:
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My Cat-magnets make me smile every time I look at them!
OfferZen gives the best swag for developers in South Africa!1
The best AH-HA moment is the ones that you just can't get your mind around and then go for a coffee break.
Come back to your desk and then ... bam! There it is!
Thanks, coffee ☕2
We only recently started and we can really see the benefits of code review.
It motivates you to follow the standards, writing good quality code and using variable/function names that makes sense. Especially that you know someone is going to read through it.2
Retrospective does not seem to work in practice as it does in theory.
Complain about what went wrong and what went right. Then at the next one, those issues still exist.
I might as well just have written in a diary to air my frustrations