I Don’t Know In a Remote World

When we were in an office, I could walk by a developer’s desk, see them struggling and ask them what is happening in their code. We might go through some back and forth trying a few things, or I would suggest some code to write that they might not get or some approaches they might be aware of.

At some point in the discussion, it would get to the point where I would say — “know what I mean?” — and although it…

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