organization productivity programming

Good programming habits

  • volunteer for things you don’t know so you can constantly learn new things
  • ask to pair up because pairing session is a great way to kick off the work on a task; discuss requirements until you understand what is expected, then discuss the solution
  • talk about what you are doing and what you’re not doing
  • write a blog because writing with the intention to teach others (even if it’s just future you) is a great way of learning and growing
  • have a notebook and a system to convince your mind that whatever you put into the notebook will not be lost; create index, review notes and process them
  • have a time slot for important tasks
  • when stuck, take a break
  • don’t chase “silver bullets”


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.