Disclaimer: This post was automatically published a few hours after the event so let's hope everything went according to plan. I recently had the opportunity to organise a meetup, that revolved around the idea of knowledge exchange and community building. I've had this idea for a very long time. Ever
So, you decided that it's time to change teams, and by that I mean you decided to either leave your current job and pursue another one or within the same company you're switching teams. Whatever maybe the case, you'll be faced with some decisions and things that you'll need to
You have no idea what I'm talking about, right? That's because not many people use the term bikeshedding. It's not a usual term that people just throw around all the time. Bikeshedding is when you argue about some meaningless thing and tend to avoid the more important issue at hand.
Have you ever started to work on a task and suddenly you realized that said task requires some other little task(s) to be finished beforehand. That's yak shaving for you, the tl;dr version. You've probably done this multiple times and you did even realize it. Back in 90s