How to minimize workplace blunders !

Management
Commit and run is a crime Syntax and logical error can exist in our code even for the best of us. Just skimming the code is not enough, testing is must. Do a Rehearsal before the demo Sometimes, our demo session turns into a fiasco as we didn’t prepare the test-cases we need to convey or since we didn’t test. It becomes a real shame in front of importance audience (like CEO …) and when you are already in nervous state. Peer review Continuously checking our code can make us numb, and we sometimes cannot figure our obvious issues. So peer reviewing your work can identify possible issues and save you from future troubles. It just takes few minutes to do this, so why should we leave it ! Don't…
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Ballpoint vs Fountain-pen

Ballpoint vs Fountain-pen

Management
Features Ballpoint Fountain Pen Force Hard Soft Color consistency Low High Writing Speed Fast Medium Style Casual / Professional Professional Removable No Yes Screenshot crispiness Low High Fading Rare Medium Ink Absorption Low Medium Works well on correction fluid Yes No So, the overall score is as follows: Ballpoint: 6 greens 2 yellows 1 red Fountain pen: 4 greens 3 yellows 2 red I personally like Fountain Pen for my office work. But for financial documents, I use ball-point because it is not removable.
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Go Agile: In just 2 minutes

Go Agile: In just 2 minutes

Management
An interesting and simple way to go Agile. Use the "Sticky Notes" widget (available in Windows) and add 4 boxes. Then, re-size them as indicated in the Screenshot: Keep your Backlog items in the Pink box. Yellow box is for items that are currently in Progress. Green box is for finished items. White box is simply for keeping yours notes / reminders. Enjoy the great benefits in being Simple.
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