Tips for being more technical and effective at work
This is super helpful. One piece of feedback: using the term "grandma" to mean non technical is pretty outdated (also gendered for no reason). It assumes a grandma is the opposite of a developer when someone can be a software engineer and a grandmother. Would love to see a better way to explain this spectrum because the content in this article is otherwise excellent!
Hey Justin, great article and I read some of your previous posts.
Looking at your content I wonder where to start best? Would it makes logical sense to start with your first article and work my way up? I am not sure about it when I look at the titles of you posts.
Thanks for your advice.
Great start, but let's ditch the ageist and sexist scale title by rebranding to "Technophobe - Developer Scale". There are plenty of grandmother's who code. How do you think the technologies today's tech is based on got started? Now that nit picked, you have a good basis to flesh this out further. There's so much in what you've written.
Nice Reading!! Hope to get more practical stuff as said here!!
I get the gendered concern for "Grandma". Maybe "Dodgy" or some other fun alliteration matching 'Developer'.
This is excellent