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Seeing the World Differently with a Coach

I ran across an article recently that got me to stop and really think about how I proceed through life and who my coaches, confidants, and mentors are in the world. There are a few people I lean on, and … Continue reading

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Follow Wheaton’s Law

I’ve tried to live my life as someone that treats others well, respects them, and cheers for them to succeed. Even before I heard it, I think I was unconsciously following Wheaton’s Law (apologies for the slightly off color language). I … Continue reading

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A 2020 Look at Software Developers

Who are we? I think we often don’t have a good view, since most surveys struggle to get 1,000 responses. I know many surveys think that’s a representative number, but I think it feels low. I wish we’d get more … Continue reading

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Evaluating Life at Work

One of the more interesting things that we do at Redgate is regularly ask workers to evaluate their environment. We use a company, called Thymometrics, and periodically employers as asked to rate various factors, both in terms of how important … Continue reading

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