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Robert Ecker

I want to improve the way we develop software. My focus is on people and on tools that can help the whole team to be productive and to improve constantly. Because happy developers make happy users!

Location Constance, Germany Joined Joined on  Personal website https://team-coder.com twitter website

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Welcome Thread - v10

Welcome Aditya! :)

I just got a Raspberry Pi 3. What can I do with it?

When I got my first Raspberry Pi I used it to build a Twitt...

The Problem With High Test Coverage

I think in many cases building a component with low test co...

The Problem With High Test Coverage

Thanks for sharing Raúl! Do you use such tools? Do they wor...

The Problem With High Test Coverage

:)

The Problem With High Test Coverage

It always depends ;-) If tests help you to build your softw...

The Problem With High Test Coverage

Hehe, if you find such a tool and that tool creates only us...

The Problem With High Test Coverage

Yes, having a test coverage of 100% is always great. Howeve...

A Good Manager Is Like a Gardener

Thanks for the hint, I will put it on my reading list :)

A Good Manager Is Like a Gardener

Yes and, like a gardener would do it with a bonsai tree, we...

Making and taking babysteps

😅

Making and taking babysteps

Wow, thanks for sharing Cosima :) I really like the idea of d...

Give Up Perfection!

Thank you Fred :)

Give Up Perfection!

Wow, this is really motivating for me, too! :)

Give Up Perfection!

Haha, thanks :)

Give Up Perfection!

Thank you Alan :)

Give Up Perfection!

Thanks for your feedback :) Yes, I also learned that it can o...

Give Up Perfection!

Thank you so much for this feedback! Words like that really h...

How to Build an Online Presence as a Junior Developer

Wow! This post is so inspiring that I instantly started to wr...

Don't wait for perfect

Nice article! I also think that perfection doesn't exist in r...

The Power of Fluid Teams

I think if you establish this kind of culture from the beginn...

Hi, I'm Robert Mißbach

Thanks for the welcome, Walker :)

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