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jeremydmiller
Husband to Lindsey, Dad to Max, Declan, and Aubrey, and author of several OSS tools in the .Net space. I take pull requests.
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Rod Paddock 6h
It'been a while but my friend has inspired me to start blogging again. Read my story of how I got my first article published....
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jeremydmiller 4h
Probably won’t be your last
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jeremydmiller 7h
And my boss is using the Eisenhower quote about planning in a presentation. I approve.
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jeremydmiller 9h
Replying to @oskar_at_net
When I was really young, I had a sr mgr and a dotted line sr mgr who loathed each other, and one would purposely crumple plastic cups while on conference calls to irritate the other one
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jeremydmiller 10h
Replying to @oskar_at_net
I am indeed. But it’s way better than being the super heavy breathing guy
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jeremydmiller 10h
Replying to @oskar_at_net
Heh. TBH, my biggest problems are being slow to get the mute button off and that I type super loud on my MBP if I forget and leave the mic on
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jeremydmiller 10h
My lord it’s been so nice to have an analyst embedded directly on the team fleshing out the story backlog
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jeremydmiller 11h
Replying to @serbrech
Makes me sleepy;)
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jeremydmiller 11h
Definitely making sure I’m muted before muttering to myself
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jeremydmiller 11h
Replying to @ardalis
Indeed. Not a reason *not* to do them though.
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jeremydmiller 11h
Replying to @jeremydmiller
I’m all good though with using CC# metrics in static code analysis as part of CI as a tripwire kind of monitor and warning
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jeremydmiller 11h
Replying to @jeremydmiller
And that code coverage numbers can only tell you when something is bad and never that the test coverage is actually effective
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jeremydmiller 11h
Weird as a guy who has espoused high unit and integration test coverage for years, but I’ve never been too high on code coverage tools. My view is that it’s the internalized discipline that matters, not the enforcement.
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jeremydmiller 11h
Making sure that I have the camera turned off in a Zoom meeting before doing big head slap
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jeremydmiller 11h
Reading a Broncos fan page bemoaning having to face Mahomes for the next decade. Dear Broncos fans, now you know how I felt as a Chiefs fan during the Elway and Peyton Manning years. I feel you.
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jeremydmiller 11h
Replying to @pedroreys
Ditto. And I was a big proponent of some of that style back in the day.
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Rebecca Wirfs-Brock 12h
And don't forget that often the most interesting moments and insights can happen through hallway conversations with people you randomly meet...who are attending the same workshops or sessions as you. So don't just think the speakers have the only important things to learn
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jeremydmiller 12h
3 meetings down, 5 more to go today. Not a huge beer drinker, but there’s nothing better than a very cold one after talking all day
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jeremydmiller 12h
Replying to @dpenton
RDBMS’s are the worst IME because the DevOps / software engineering practices tend to be less then exemplary
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jeremydmiller 12h
Replying to @dpenton
What you said;)
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