Git source control is one of the greatest achievements in the history of computing. It has made it possible for anyone to contribute to software projects with minimal effort. However, it still requires gatekeepers to insure the quality of the code that is going into a repo. In this article, I will lay out a proposal for a new code ownership mode.
Every decision that you make that affects your team doesn’t have only monetary costs but also has more personal intangible costs and as a strong leader you need to be cognizant of these costs and be an advocate for your team.
No one wants to fail but admitting to failure is the only way we can learn and use that knowledge to help with future success. In this post we will be taking a look at the importance of admitting to failure and how we can use it to improve our organization.
Wilt Chamberlain was the greatest basketball player who ever lived except his game performance had one major flaw and Rick Barry had the answer. Let’s look at what it was and how we can use the case of Wilt Chamberlain to guide us in writing better code.