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In this episode I wanted to talk about getting stuff done, and in particular one of the methods I use to keep going. If you're a regular listener you will know I don't do down time, I'm constantly doing something, I have to keep myself busy or I get bored. I'm always chasing something, trying to learn something new or building something.
In this episode we are joined by Jamie Taylor of the .Net Core Podcast, and Paul Seal from CodeShare.co.uk We're here to discuss being a better, more effective developer, and what makes you a bad developer. PVS STUDIO - PROMOTION Download here PVS-Studio NOW! This episode is sponsored by the PVS-Studio team, who promote static code analysis methodology in general and its PVS-Studio tools in particular. Static code analyzers allow you to find bugs in source code at the development stage. This helps to reduce the price of fixing them. PVS-Studio performs code analysis and issues warnings on the fragments of code with a high probability of having bugs and potential vulnerabilities in them. The tool supports C, C++, C# and Java, and it can work with Visual C++, GCC, Clang compilers, and some of those for embedded systems. The analyzer works on Windows, Linux and macOS. PVS-Studio can both be used as a stand-alone tool and also integrated with Visual Studio, IntelliJ IDEA, or SonarQube. In the show notes, you can find links to the PVS-Studio website and the article ‘Technologies used in the PVS-Studio code analyzer for finding bugs and potential vulnerabilities’. Get an EXTENDED TRIAL of PVS Studio Enter the #cynicaldeveloper promo code in the message field to get the PVS-Studio license for a month instead of 7 days Download here PVS-Studio NOW! Website: https://cynical.dev/pvs-studio Blog: https://cynical.dev/pvs-studio-blog Contact Jamie Taylor: Website: https://www.gaprogman.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dotNetCoreBlog LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/jamie-taylor-57602959 GitHub: https://github.com/gaprogman Blog: https://dotnetcore.gaprogman.com Contact Paul Seal: Website: http://www.codeshare.co.uk/ Twitter: http://www.codeshare.co.uk/twitter LinkedIn: http://www.codeshare.co.uk/linkedin Google+: http://www.codeshare.co.uk/google Facebook: http://www.codeshare.co.uk/facebook Living coding: http://www.codeshare.co.uk/livecoding Youtube: http://www.codeshare.co.uk/youtube
Contact Ian Johnson: Website: https://blog.ninjaferret.co.uk/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/IJohnson_TNF Blog: https://blog.ninjaferret.co.uk/2017/06/07/sketch-notes.html Other Links: Abstractions Conference: https://abstractions.io Eva-Lotta Lamm - Twitter: https://twitter.com/evalottchen Mike Rohde - Twitter: https://twitter.com/rohdesign Other Resources The Sketchnote Handbook: the illustrated guide to visual note taking: https://amzn.to/2O7oytr The Sketchnote Workbook: Advanced techniques for taking visual notes you can use anywhere: https://amzn.to/2JRyv8S Bikablo: https://amzn.to/2XRQlSZ Bikablo 2.0: https://amzn.to/2Y4AE63 After this episode record I head out and bought some resources to give Sketch Notes a go, I'll be posting to twitter some of my results, but in the mean time, these are the resources I bought to give Sketch Notes a go. Black Pens: Staedtler Pigment Liner: https://amzn.to/30KcaRq Coloured Pens: Winsor & Newton ProMarker, Pastel Tones: https://amzn.to/2LA7FFl Winsor & Newton ProMarker, Neutral Tones: https://amzn.to/2XSh9Cx Winsor & Newton Water Colour Marker - Multi-Coloured: https://amzn.to/2JY8kxl
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