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Habits of Productive Software Engineers that I Learned from Experience

Attending mind-numbing meetings is not one of them.

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Waking up in the morning, feeling refreshed after a good night’s sleep, and more importantly, you know what you want to do today.

Starting your day at the office attending 15-minute stand-up, to share progress and issues you and your team faced the previous day. 15…




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Debby Nirwan

Software Engineering Manager who loves reading, writing, and coding.

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