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Dave Farley – Continuous Delivery & DevOps Pioneer, Award-winning Author, Founder & Director of Continuous Delivery Ltd.
What’s the difference between great developers and good developers? It’s not about language or tools, it is a collection of other skills and attributes. How to be good at programming is about a lot more than only a good grasp of syntax or an encyclopaedic knowledge of libraries and frameworks. To learn to program well, is something that takes a long time and requires some talent, but the people who are great at it do seem to share some skills.
In this episode Dave Farley, who has worked with many great programmers, describes what he sees as the difference between the people that seem to do a great job and those that don’t. This is about more than only programming tips, but there are some of those here too, and it is not always how we learn to program, it is about how we approach problems and construct solutions that we can live with and evolve over time and how we deal with other people while we are doing it.
CD TRAINING COURSES
If you want to learn Continuous Delivery and DevOps skills, check out Dave Farley’s courses
RECOMMENDED BOOKS & LINKS
You can grab Dave Farley’s new book ‘Continuous Delivery Pipelines’ here:
David Farley • Modern Software Engineering • https://amzn.to/3GI468M
Dave Farley & Jez Humble • Continuous Delivery • https://amzn.to/3ocIHwd
Forsgren, Humble & Kim • Accelerate • https://amzn.to/367RI5o
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