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Productivity tips by Florian Haas and David Moreau-Simard: the mottos you work by

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/12/30

My own motto: learn new things every day.


[] Florian Haas 🇪🇺 on Twitter: “Docs or it didn’t happen.… “


[] ☁David Moreau-Simard on Twitter: “Hey software and system folks, I’m curious: what are some of the mottos you work by ? I’ll start:

Via Florian’s pinned Twitter post I found while writing – No, we won’t have a video call for that! (Communications in distributed teams by Florian Haas).


One Response to “Productivity tips by Florian Haas and David Moreau-Simard: the mottos you work by”

  1. Mike Verhagen said

    Florian’s talk is exceptionally valuable, despite the fact that, as he observed, one might expect that these truths are self evident.

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