Showing posts with label software development. Show all posts
Showing posts with label software development. Show all posts

Monday, 30 December 2013

Top 5 blog posts of 2013 - AgileDevTest

Just a little recap, It's been nearly 11 months since I started the AgileDevTest Blog.  This knowledge sharing and learning journey has been wonderful for me and hope my posts are informative to you.  In case you are not satisfied with any of the blog posts, as always, please feel free to post your feedback either as a blog comment or you can also contact me directly in my G+ account.  

As we are approaching the end of 2013, I just wanted to share the top 2013 blog posts of AgileDevTest Blog.  So here we go with the list

This blog post is about my free Ebook "Programmer's Motivation for Beginners".  More about this on the given link.  This post received good welcome and is #5 in AgileDevTest blog 2013.

This was my very first blog post in my own words.  I had a sense of feeling that Developers needed to have certain attitude if they had to classify as Developers, this blog post throws some light on those thoughts.  This is one of my personal best and it's #4 in AgileDevTest blog 2013.

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

What Software Developers can learn from Sachin Tendulkar's marathon career?

A great career is about to end.  One filled with many many runs that even the best can only dream of.  Yes, we are talking about the one and only Sachin Tendulkar.  As he is retiring, I just thought of how much I learned by just watching him.  That's when I realized why not pass that learning to others as well or at least highlight what we can learn from him. 
This post is specifically dedicated to software developers.  But this can be applied for anyone in any field.
So what are the things that software developers can learn from this great guy?  Here we go with the list.
Passion for the game

One thing that is pretty to hard to beat this guy at a young age or even now is his passion for the game of cricket.  He used to bat, bat and bat without getting tired at the nets day in and day out.  He loved the game so much that he lived it. 

Similarly developers should be passionate about developing great software.  It is the passion that keeps a man going and work never looks like work if you are passionate about it.


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