The following tips would improve the speed and consistency in work. Decreases the lazyness around working productively.
Selects the whole thing -
More control over the selection -
Word by word movement -
Search the codebase - Press
Shift 2 times
S Powershell options -
X Organize windows -
Bring brilliance to the discussion.
Note: complete emoji list.
Unicode arrows (→ ⇒ ⇄ ↻) reference link
Thank at the beginning, during and at the end of any process.
Pull Request (PR) there are about
10 Thank you's!
Even though we are sure about something, let us give some room for discussion by asking a question.
Make sure to have a different email addresss for Open Source discussion with a pseudony, such for example, corepointer or j143. So that email address can be
j143 [at] protonmail.com.
Full name of a person is to be kept private.
If you are using Gmail, navigate to https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#settings/accounts.
edit info section, you might want to remove your second name! :)
Always check for typos in emails, comments or discussions.
Some tools: Grammarly
The chat language ("u" instead of "you") to be avoided, write down full sentences.
Manage time and stay undistracted!
How it works?
Choose a task you'd like to get done
Set the timer for 25 minutes
Work on the task until the time completes
Note it as one pomodoro
Take a short break
A chrome extension at https://github.com/schmich/marinara
One stop shopping for all that is git.
The words that we frequently use in development conversations
How to understand a problem, better?
Many things just don't work the first time, and we do need to repeat them again and again.
Article link: https://www.theschooloflife.com/thebookoflife/on-resilience
A Human Guide to Developer Productivity. link: https://snipcart.com/blog/guide-developer-productivity-tools