197 RR The Social Coding Contract with Justin Searls
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02:23 - Justin Searls Introduction
15:21 - Learning Outside Work Hours
- Tracking Time
21:21 - Understanding Transitive Dependencies (Cont’d)
23:00 - Use Someone Else’s Framework or Write Your Own?
- “It Depends.”
- “A dirty code base is the sign of a well-monetized application.” - Matt Scantland
31:25 - When Does it Hurt to Use Tools You Don’t Completely Understand?
34:14 - Leaving Code Behind
36:26 - Be a Responsible Open Source User
- Pull Request Sample
47:22 - Reacting to Change
- Process and Ceremony
- Deming’s Common Cause and Special Cause
- Pair Programming
- [YouTube] Justin Searls and Aaron Patterson: The act of using vim, tenderly. 54:16 - Just Blog It!Picks
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