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Disengagement In Software Engineering

It’s not all fun and games, vim and tabs, and sending up JavaScript developers — sometimes it can be pretty boring too, but why?

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Disengagement is the true enemy of a progressive software engineer in the same way as indifference is the true enemy of a love struck teenager.

It stifles our ambition, dulls our senses, and sucks the very life essence out of our being in much the…

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Dr Stuart Woolley

Dr Stuart Woolley

Worries about the future. Way too involved with software. Likes coffee, maths, and . Would prefer to be in academia. SpaceX, Twitter, and Overwatch fan.

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