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Ease at Work - Kent Beck - Agile SG 2013

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November 08, 2013
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Ease at Work - Kent Beck - Agile SG 2013

The energy I put into creating a false image of myself, for myself or others, is energy wasted. Why are programmers so often ill at ease with themselves? What can we do to become comfortable in our own skins? What might happen as a consequence?

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Agile Singapore

November 08, 2013
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  1. Monday, January 6, 14

  2. Monday, January 6, 14

  3. Ease at Work Kent Beck Programmer Monday, January 6, 14

  4. Monday, January 6, 14

  5. “Ease” Monday, January 6, 14

  6. “Ease” ▪ Freedom from embarrassment or constraint ▪ Freedom from

    difficulty, great effort, or hard work ▪ Freedom from financial difficulty Monday, January 6, 14
  7. “Ease” ▪ Freedom from embarrassment or constraint ▪ Freedom from

    difficulty, great effort, or hard work ▪ Freedom from financial difficulty ▪ State of comfort ▪ Freedom from worry, pain, or agitation ▪ Readiness in performance, facility Monday, January 6, 14
  8. My work matters Monday, January 6, 14

  9. My code works Monday, January 6, 14

  10. I’m proud of my work Monday, January 6, 14

  11. I make public commitments Monday, January 6, 14

  12. I am accountable Monday, January 6, 14

  13. I interpret feedback Monday, January 6, 14

  14. I am a beginner Monday, January 6, 14

  15. I meditate Monday, January 6, 14

  16. I serve Monday, January 6, 14

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  21. A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval. --Mark

    Twain Monday, January 6, 14
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    trademark of Facebook, Inc.. All rights reserved. . Monday, January 6, 14