Episode 102 / 2021.03.08
Jonathan Melville, Andrew Welch, Patrick Harrington
Jonathan Melville hosts this episode on how we handle breaking down complex problems so that we can implement a solution.
Our jobs as developers is solving problems we don’t fully understand yet, but there are methodologies we can use to help break down these complex problems into eminently doable chunks of work.
We talk about our personal approaches to solving complex development problems, and interestingly how much of it isn’t the technical side of things, but rather the mental or emotional side of things.
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