oana olteanu

05/09/2023, 3:00 AM
Question: what tools do you use to be more productive at coding? What tools have you seen that make A- coders A+

Justin Abrahms

05/09/2023, 6:09 AM
If you're not familiar with bash and associated utilities, that's a big boost.

Paul DelRe

05/09/2023, 5:55 PM
• Deliberate practice: code katas, anki • Utilize "universal" set of tools: bash (as above), git, docker • Understanding the larger ecosystem: how does the package manager work? • Learn different languages • Read a lot of code: code reviews, popular open source projects • Engage with other programmers: learn how others work • Know your IDE of choice


05/11/2023, 8:10 AM
everything from Paul and; -use a static code analyser, e.g. sonarqube/sonarcloud -know common design patterns and their pros cons -code reviewing = programming -keep in mind we read code 100 times more then we write it, so for general productivity it better be easy to understand for others

oana olteanu

05/18/2023, 3:44 PM
If you want to see what others said as well here it is