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Programming Workout talk by Michał Taszycki #102

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mehowte commented Mar 30, 2012

Our tools are becoming ever more efficient... 
Command line tools are becoming obsolete... 
Programmers today don't need to touch-type... 
Using the mouse to copy and paste is perfectly fine... 
You can always look up those design patterns on the web... 
Your IDE can do many things for you, so why do you even need to think?

Can you feel it? Can you feel that this is TRUE?

Then stop being UNPROFESSIONAL and think again!

In this talk, I'm going to convince you that learning seemingly obsolete skills can have huge impact on your productivity.
I will show you how these skills and other seemingly unimportant factors can impact your career.
I will help you find ways to improve these skills in order to become a better programmer.
I will also show you tools that can facilitate this process.

In other words, I will show you how programmers WORK OUT

You will either leave this talk with a strong resolution to level up, or curl up in your comfort zone with your lovely mouse and IDE.

psyho commented Mar 30, 2012

👍

👍 Already seen some parts of it and it is a great idea :)

+1, 👊 workout 💪

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Saw this talk before and I liked it! Should get started with working out soon too... :P

szemek commented Mar 30, 2012

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go!

szarski commented Mar 30, 2012

+1

yundt commented Mar 30, 2012

+1

Programming workout FTW!

marcinb commented Mar 30, 2012

+1

nazgob commented Mar 30, 2012

+1

skade commented Mar 30, 2012

+1

tlossen commented Mar 30, 2012

+1

(missed in at wroc_love.rb, would like a second chance .....)

+1

Stanley commented Mar 31, 2012

👍

rodzyn commented Mar 31, 2012

+1

+1

DouweM commented Apr 1, 2012

+1

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