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Do you know other fields affected by imposter syndrome?
Feels like it should be a more common problem, but I rarely hear people outside of computer stuff complaining about it10
cat > /dev/null
I use it to take notes during meetings, they are temporary in the terminal so I am forced to polish them afterwards2
When and how do you improve documentation?
I dont mean "added new/refactored code, gotta document it" but active improvement.
Which feeback channels do you have for your docs?3
What is the difference between slack and a normal, old school forum?
Both have threads, PMs, Images, Emoticons, etc.
Is it just the UI that got improved?10
People that dont use slack threads.
"Yeah, lets use slack, it is much more organized and will improve structured conversation"
And then they never fuckn use the god damn CORE feature but dump their replies into the channel like monkeys throwing their shit around everywhere except in the place the shits supposed to go.6
I love when I discover "magic", such as the ipython % magics.
Makes me feel like I just rediscovered an ancient secret hidden in a dark dungeon.1
Well, after lurking in the dark for years, I finally created an account just so I could downvote a certain security related post.
However, I am lacking the necessary ++.
So a "hello, world!" with a sprinkle of rant it is:
Show WIP Feature, state that it will be probably done by tomorrow, excluding time for peer review
Be my PM:
"Can we release this today?"
This happend so often that "Can we release this yesterday?" became a common phrase among my coworkers and me if someone is ranting about something broken in their feature. Probably gonna try using it here as well :D20