Raising the Alarm
I’m a big believer in the proverb:
A stitch in time saves nine
This holds true across so many scenarios in software development, perhaps most notably if your project is veering off course the worst thing you can do is sit on the problem and not tell those around you.
If you have a problem, talk about it, another quote:
A problem shared is a problem halved
If you’ve made a mistake, be honest and get on with it. If you try to cover it up, chances are:
- you won’t be able to;
- it will become infinitely worse.
Continue reading “Development Team Leadership : First Steps Part 3”
Today I published a new app on the Windows Phone Store. It’s written as a Universal App as I’m intending to extend it to publish on the Windows Store.
For those viewing on a Windows Phone, check it out, and everyone else.
It feels good getting a new app on the store as it’s been quite a while since I got round to finishing something new, the process has changed a bit since last time so it took a little while to get my head around it!
Continue reading “Motor Manager Now Available”
Following from Part 1 of my Development Team Leadership hints, I’d like to share a few more pointers to those starting out.
You’re not being nosy, it’s your job to be involved in everything that’s going on around you, inside and on the periphery of your team.
You will be asked questions at some point about what the members of your team are doing, and you should know the answer.
Continue reading “Development Team Leadership : First Steps Part 2”
The solution for my Morse Coder series of Universal App Tutorials is now available on GitHub:
Have a look if you’ve been following the tutorials or are just curious. I’ll be adding to this in alignment with the tutorials.
Hope it helps!
You’ve just been made Team Lead, feeling out of your depth, and wondering what you’ve let yourself in for…
Having recently been through this ordeal (just kidding,) experience, myself, I’d like to share some advice that I’ve come to stand by.
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