Jorge Gaona

Guadalajara (JA, Mexico)

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Articles by Jorge

  1. Creating a positive error culture

    How confident do you feel to make a mistake at work? This seems to be a hard question for many people. We really dislike making mistakes and much more if it is noticed by others. But if mistakes are one of the bests ways of learning, why are we always afraid about it?This is mostly because we live in a negative error culture. Since we are kids, we learn that making errors is bad. Gerd Gigerenzer, in his book “Risk Savvy: How to make good decisions”, gives a great example: Having surgery error and...
  2. Get to know your tools

    Tools give you power, but power needs to be used wisely. And by wisely I mean understanding the power you have in your hands. You can use a hammer both with screws and nails, but it is better for the later than for the former.Now, talking about programmers, this is quite more important. I’m not suggesting that you need to memorize all the options and shortcuts that your development environment has, but I’ve seen many cases when people start using an IDE, a framework or even a language based just...
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