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5 expressions to know to understand a developer

Do you work with one or more developers and you still cannot understand each other? This article is made for you ! Take two minutes to learn to speak the same language as your colleague ....

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“COMMIT AND PUSH”

So, I asked the developer who works next to me and he said: “Commit is to declare your modifications on your code, and push is to send them to a server that will send them to a server. lists ”. I replied "Aaaah alright, thank you", and reflected on the meaning of life.

“RTFM”

Read the fucking manual, means “don't bother me for nothing”. The developer is in high demand by the people he works with. This can distract him and affect the quality of his work. Personally, I avoid bothering the developers to answer a question that I might find the answer to myself. Development is a bit of math, there is a logic. This logic is explained on the Internet and in many books. Ultimately, when I ask a developer a question, it's more to have social interaction, to gain sympathy ... 🥲

“MAKE A CLEAN CODE”

Yes, the developers' favorite Disney is Cinderella. Making clean code means doing something that everyone (well, any other developer) understands. Any creation must be able to be easily taken up by the developer himself and by his colleagues. The developer thinks of others, yes he is generous. He's a bit of an invisible hero, the one who makes your daily life easier ... Sorry, I'm getting carried away.

“FEATURE”

The developers talk about feat, not to talk about Rihanna and Jay-Z's latest collaboration but to talk about functionality.

"IT'S NOT POSSIBLE"

It’s not possible means… It’s not possible. When a developer says A, understand A. He doesn't want to be told "but yes, if you hurry, it will be over tomorrow". No, the developer is an artist, he doesn't want to botch his work. And he certainly doesn't want to be told afterwards that what he's been doing isn't working out well.

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