Session: Collaboration: A strong ally to overcome the unknown
COVID-19 has changed the way we work, but even before that, the collaboration between peers was already an important tool to tame challenges and guarantee fast deliveries. This is a talk on how pair programming, and collaboration in general, was used to achieve the delivery of a new feature, where developers didn't know much about the technology but had a hard deadline. Collaboration was a key part of the success of the delivery, but also served as a connection point between teammates, reducing solitude while working from home.
- Share knowledge: faster ramp up in new domains together
- Share the load: two heads think better (and more realistically) than one
- Share connection: reducing work from home solitude
- Share experience: individuals with different levels contribing to the same goal
Software Engineer working for 2 and a half years on the development of Cadence's best in class Formal Verification Tool, JasperGold. Besides developing in C++, she has joined different initiatives aiming to bring quality to developers' hands. Also passionate about experimenting with creating art through programming.