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  1. RailsConf 2015 - Implementing a Strong Code-Review Culture

    By Derek Prior

    Code reviews are not about catching bugs. Modern code reviews are about socialization, learning, and teaching.

    How can you get the most out of a peer's code review and how can you review code without being seen as overly critical? Reviewing code and writing easily-reviewed features are skills that will make you a better developer and a better teammate.

    You will leave this talk with the tools to implement a successful code-review culture. You'll learn how to get more from the reviews you're already getting and how to have more impact with the reviews you leave.

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  2. between_screens : shownotes

    Learning | Mistakes | Self-confidence | Diet & exercise | Obstacles | Pair programming | Newbies | Memorization techniques | Mind Chris Hunt

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    Jan 29, 2015 | Episode #51

    Questions:- How do you learn?- Any mistakes to avoid while learning?- In your opinion, does self-confidence play a big role for effective learning?- How does your diet and exercise affect your learning?- What were the biggest obstacles when you started learning to code?- In general, how would you recommend newbies should learn to code these days?- You have extensive experience with memorization techniques. I was wondering, besides remembering faces and names more easily, how else does it affect your mind? Do you have an easier time remembering facts when reading a book, do you need less time to remember new stuff you learn, is your mind more at ease?Links:Chris HuntChris Hunt on TwitterChris Hunt on GithubChris Hunt’s podcast Healthy HackerMemorization techniques (Podcast episode)Chris Hunt’s talk: Secrets of a World Memory Champion


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