Part two of our four-part series on pair programming touches on the topics of the time involved when pairing, why you should keep your ego in check, and how to assume the best of your pair partner.
The Rails 5 upgrade has a few changes that may cause confusion. We look at how to get around the disabling of autoloading and look at the new deprecation warnings.
So what can you, as a well-meaning professional developer do to contribute more to your team? We have several suggestions for reaching your pair programming potential.
Months can be difficult to work with when they have a differing number of days. Rails helps out with #month, but you still need to use caution.
Collective Idea encourages everyone to work where they are most productive; whether that means at home, a coffee shop, the office, co-working space, or train.
Good practice tips for those who are new to programming and have limited time to complete ideas.
This past year we expanded our office space and our team. We held a Grand Opening party to celebrate.