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and I haven't found my goodness all I can say is that my of about my career as a professional musician and as an author of operating systems is that my reputation exceeds me I made that up I was so proud of their jokes and then I googled it and somebody else already made up originality is dead it's so sad anyway well but I'd like to welcome you all to the Aaron Patterson Memorial closing keynote and and it's an honor and naming honor usually reserved for dead people so we that's something I and to be invited to presented after an introduction like Evans and and then Aaron's is bomb really horrendous so I genesis of this talk this talk started Monday my wife Cindy and I were talking and I'm I had to do a talk and I picked out some really nice safe technical topic and I can I said the 1 that b when he funny if I talked about how uncomfortable I feel a work most of time but you know I can talk about that and she said I dare you to sort that I assessment none us you this this technical topic I mean was even as there is no objects that was an awesome talk by the way if you didn't see Sandy stock that few age 3 the speakers manual pander to the previous speakers not seriously that was just of that's that's all you need to know about object-oriented design in 1 easily digestable Our so the fewer to my story my wave-induced dared me to talk about how uncomfortable if feel work on I had explained it no I have a really nice technical pocket picked out and she'd doubled their did they would even do so I said OK OK will do it so this is this is the talk is called user work the the and I I since it's late at the end of the conference I feared put the TLB are right at the beginning this is really what this boils down to please pardon mark for the sixers language we haven't even figured out better condenseness but some man cannot be become comfortable without his own approval and I think that's really what all this comes down to so if you need to go to sleep now define its stock I won't be able to see you the people next to you produ misleading so more about that OK so story 1st at the story again please pardon sexist language this is how I learned the story and I am fear out a better way to tell at a farmer needs some help and v of the interviews number of the different farm helpers potential form helpers and 1 young man catches i the young man says I can sleep when the wind blows the farmers like let you can sleep when the wind blows what does that even mean but young man looked eager strong liking to do the work so the farmer hires yeah and awake through whole rest of the presentation for the 2nd half of the story that things you can do when you have the clicker and OK so easy is not the perfect word for what I'm trying to talk about number I said I feel uncomfortable oftentimes work the but 1 of my mental habits is always expressing things in the positive some looking for the word and head of the this forties came to my mind but there some some parts of the meaning
that I really this is not what I mean I don't mean that you risk nothing's their work does someone trying to achieve but I certainly don't mean that our work hard hide love working hard I love getting into a technical topic in having an IDE programming problem in bounding away on I'm drinking more coffee and being really focused and finally giving up and disgust walking out the door my office and going out at was it turning around going back in finishing it I am exhausted but I feel so satisfied so I'm not talking about these like holding back in in a lounge and I'm not talking about freedom from financial difficulties are all dictionary parts the dictionary definition of the word use that's not what I'm trying to get at here is what I'm trying to get at this is what I want at work I want this state of comfort in the sense that I am not where I should be doing what I should be that I'm free from this is nagging feeling that always is in the back of my mind that really ought to be doing something else from programming that should be writing in if I'm writing I should be coaching in affine coaching I should be up shoveling out the goats and and that's such a waste of time somehow and that's where I spend a big part of my working day so I want to that C of comfort I am where I should be doing who I should be doing what I should be doing 2nd sense of these that's what I'm talking about worm pointing what I'm trying to get to it is the but freedom from adaptation the programmers life can be filled with anxiety and I've certainly had my share cannot I heard of courageous lightning talk yesterday somebody used up and said hey I suffer from these 2 and that you know you're not alone well you're not alone either this is part of I go on there is is really gonna work can I do this in my smart enough MIA good enough doggone it do people like me that's that's part of of what goes into my my daily work it doesn't really help but again it's it's it's become kind of a habit and the last entities and this is 1 that I love of when I have it is this feeling of facility there are some athletes that make it look effortless any could be a of football player basketball player race car driver the people they just no extra motion in in what they're doing remember what 1 of the most striking examples was at a barbecue joint the the shaft With this gigantic die pouring sweat in you know sweat so teacher but watching him was like watching ballet he was so precise in his moment movements that he looked like he was hardly doing anything until you notice how much food was coming out and and the 1 that just got me was the way he popped baked potatoes because he'd get a big potato out and take the inside edge of the knife and disco of and bake potatoes cooked perfectly so we just go off like a flower every time exactly the same motion I just thought wow if I can only programs with that level of facilities but it that's something that I aspire to that's something when I have it 1 I'm using a tool that I really understand well on a team that I have strong relationships with wow it's just it's just magical it's like the hours that I spend their don't even count against my total because it tells you know you just look up in its hours later and you've done something amazing so I aspire to that level of facility not getting there is really hard work but once you're there had just feel so good and practically speaking that you get a lot accomplished so as I said in my life this is not been my experience for a wide variety of reasons but and none of which are germane to this presentation that's not who I was when I got to 23 and entered the workforce I was quite the opposite of the East and over the past would say 10 years that i've actively been working on attaining a sense of reason what I do it I found a handful of things that really make a difference and so that's what I'm going to be sharing with you today this is what I do to attain that sense these in the in the in the positive sense that I was talking about of of the facility and comfort and freedom from anxiety 1 big minuses of of virtual world the programmers live in is you can't catch what we do in 1 magnet could destroy my life's work if applied intelligently the and and that always seems so it was so different I remember I was driving around with the contractor and the in uh in our little town in southern Oregon the contractor Sicily I built that house and I built that office building and build that restaurant and just I was so jealous like you know all when you send a message
Sean Facebook that goes you code I wrote it unless somebody's rewritten it since then it has twice the colony your procedures anyway so that the challenge here if did did Mike contractor friend no that is work mattered sure you just point to examples of people living happy lives the performing commerce you know the the creating value in the structures of he built he didn't have to have any kind of reminder that his work mattered this is just obviously did now what I notice when I started paying attention to this factor does my work matter sometimes sometimes I knew that he did you know especially of crisis comes up and you know you're the person with the information to get the system back online this you work matter at that moment yes yeah you have a pretty good sense that it matters but there's other times when you're not quite sure you're working on a feature and you're not convinced that anybody's ever going to ever going use this feature full down just a little bit ilities or even things like a refactoring in I have some ugly code in a clean it up and it was beautiful to that matter I felt good well I was doing it yeah yes dead matter those of there's more beauty in the world OK e but didn't really matter so I am now in the habit when I am at the least bit unsure about whether my work matters to go and find out I'm in go and ask questions I'm a perform experiments on measure stuff to make sure that my work matters the Yide let's see 3 billion seconds is a 95 years more or less so that's the given how far we've all gotten were likely make that probably as likely as not to make that so 3 billion seconds alike half of minor gone and every 2nd another 1 disappears I wanna make sure that I'm doing something this important with everyone at 0 seconds you keep getting back so practically speaking this kind of looks like a lean start-up stuff if necessary you I'm building some feature some big feature and I'm not sure that anybody's ever going to push the button that kicks off the computation that I've picked so carefully look and lovingly crafted was go find out Zebadiah's before I carefully and lovingly craft the function let me go put a button in places if anybody Quixote now this means that I do stuff out of order I do things in a in of sequence that maybe doesn't make sense from an engineering efficiency standpoint because I'm spending the 1st part of the peace and development reassuring myself the might work matters now as I said it's a sometimes it's no difference so sometimes you know somebody's the demanding a feature or uh especially here's the downside working on on consumer software is your wife keys you bug reports and which may take undue weight in the privatization process and among leave it at that it's but if I get a request like that and I know that I'm doing something that will that will contribute to familial harmony I don't have a question about whether my work matters I can just go ahead and get to it but when I feel that tickle in the back of my head this is how this is really this is really something that needs to happen I'm going to invest the time to go and find out before just just dive it it and how here's 1 that I didn't even know was possible when I started programming I was introduced to this model by a very large and successful the software company the jello models this the way you pick the version to ship to put on this season ship out to millions and millions of people is suffers like Jell-O it's it's always we're going and then as an engineer you'll notice a moment when it appears to stop wiggling and that's the version that you send out I come on that was that that was the highest level of confidence in an engineer could aspire to is a lack of Brownian motion in gelatin the to which I say no no in fact that nagging feeling that I have 1 I I'm going home in 1950 time I didn't really work that's a choice I can choose to work again it requires me shuffling you know instead of doing the testing way at the end of a by CA takes a minute testing and I put a little bit before and then it takes off large controversies and video chats with people all over the world and stuff and all known as not the point where exactly you put the testing but what is the point is I need to know them a
cold works I need to feel confident if I don't feel confident that Michael words I should work in a different way and there's a wide variety of of different workflows the result in much more confidence than I ever imagined possible Y I got started in the US but I can choose to work in that style and when you do TD semi came up to me said all like doing unit testing as fine like 1st as your cooks from my code but the 2nd it like if it doesn't help don't do it it does help you it might have how complicated is this conversation actually and but whatever if you confident EcoWorx works then shifted and if you're not confident the your code works and it confidently EcoWorx and then ship it you can like I can do that and if I do that when I when I do that when I choose to do that but sometimes I conical 1 in too much of a hurry feel confident like that's going to help but I do it but when I do when I say what known for me make sure that I feel good about this going out that's another 1 of those consumer products things like when you have a bug is a big but and that can be very instructive but it's fairly embarrassing so I wanna know that my code works before it goes like and I can do that and when I do that I feel at ease that level of anxiety which just drops that much more my feeling of facility in mastering like this code works if I wanna make this change then yeah I think here's what here's the small increment that I'll do that make sure that my code still works that's it that's a great feeling to know that the next feature is 1 step away and were not robots I realized that shouldn't be news but a lot of engineering management yeah wisdom Best Practices there's a phrase that I hate having put on my 1st book yeah traits engineers as robots like here were in some process and that and we should bid and where's the celebration where is the acknowledgment that we're social beings not as we say that where is like 1 this is the humans are doing this and 1 of the basic human needs is a need to feel proud of what you did this is a big part of my motivation but for refactoring this is something that pushes my refactoring a little bit earlier yeah now as time has gone on I refactor later and later and later it's getting close to the just in time just before I need to make some change then I refactor to make that change easy and then make change but but it's a it's a choice and that feeling of pride in the work that I do is something that when I actively pursue it I feel better about what I do I'm more at ease have more of that sense of accomplishment more that the lack of worry and anxiety and unlike their scopes as good as it makes sense to make it right now cool yeah I'm proud of what I did now I can share with somebody else and away we go what I was taught that this was not an issue early on in my career like it doesn't matter what it looks like it doesn't matter if it even works as long as you have plausible deniability with respect to the QA department you did I feel I feel terrible about doing this stop feeling terrible everybody axis way well yeah everybody did and it was a lot of fun but there were people 0 I certainly ran into people who for whom that wasn't good enough and fortunately for me I gave me good examples of working on a system and so you feel pride proud of it so those emotions those emotions are valuable information emotions are noisy information but their valuable information and that feeling of I'm proud of this mean something and that feeling like all I hope nobody ever looks inside this file that also means something and boat learning to figure out when it means you should go and fix something up before shipping versus fixing it up after shipping versus just getting over it that's the work that's why 10 years later I'm still working on this stuff but that feeling of pride and pursuing the feeling of pride in my work that's something that puts me more at ease in the in the work that I do and it this it I do a lot of coaching these days bright young engineers and 1 of the skills that I teach actively is the learning to trust your own sense of curiosity I see ideas are like a little might and there's a there's a whole over on the wall and the idea
is just going poke its nose out and see if it's safe safe to come out and if it if I at that moment say all got if the manner used the talk is safe in the mouse comes out and you have a little conversation and the goes back in and it tells all the other otherwise is cool you feed you corn and stuff but but if the little mouse sticks his nose out and wiggled axil whiskers in you go but I I had time for you so then that idea pop steady in their tells all the load a little mice ideas forget it man it is not worth going out there nothing's going to happen and maybe 6 months into mining now 4 years at facebook I had a real crisis where I've lost my self-confidence and I get these ideas and I dog our somebody's somebody's certain to have thought of that already or I have another idea like our approach don't have time to to follow that
I was still me to the mice they just stopped showing up and I don't like that i'd like I like to be an idea found the but in so I decided to consciously a encourage my own ideas but did mean I ran often spent 5 years following each idea but an ideal would popped out and I just single 1 wonders that's true here's some hypothesis about software development we see legged find some data of to get half hour spend a lot of time both they can have hour figure out if the data supports parts the and lo and behold the more of that idea the quicker I was at at vetting these ideas is the key now and the more ideas came pouring out you know which is a little bit of a challenge when you got ideas popping out all the time you have to figure out how to be supportive of your ideas without spending all of your time just going from 1 thing to the next to the next the so big motorcycle the anyway and a so last nite I we go I want wanna further rails is structured more or less like all the other
re-posted ever looked at if we look at the the number of commits by committer or we can end up with this power-law distribution of the way we usually do so long old yes a short answer yes there's quite remember the exact numbers 3 thousand people of committed to the rails repo once and a 3rd that many that have committed 2 or 3 times and a 3rd that many that have committed the of 4 through 7 times and then he goes then the slope changes about half half half and then this 1 is interesting because there are Aaron you win by the way for the moment the DHH appear games and I mean I'm an outsider here so I can say these things I it is unusual usually it's unusual to see this this little the fat tail have 5 people in it the way it does usually there's 1 person who commits way more than everybody else in these kind of but so that's kind of interesting to me that there's there's the bit there's a number of people who have committed a lot to rails but had this is just like late at nite well I wonder if I look at a lottery repose in almost all of them look exactly like this by the way the rate the the Ruby 1 looks completely bizarre by the way so if somebody of forever committed to talk to me about it I would love to find out more about it but but this was just an idea that popped up half an hour later at a graph I could put it in another next time when those little mouse ideas 1 of those a mouse hypotheses about all I wonder if we really don't use very many estimates in our development pops as its head up it's more likely to come out to where I can see it and encourage it try out a little bit of time and I the connection with these here's the problem for me when I when I'm scaring the mice back in the walls all time I just feel terrible I know that there's this whole world of things I could explore that I could learn about and and is blown off because I'm still focused and so busy doing this 1 thing that no slack to to pursue weathered ideas that that's a terrible moment for me and that conscious choice to begin encouraging my own ideas made a huge huge difference in my sense of user work
this was a a surprising 1 maybe should subtitle this talk how I got over what I learned the 1st 10 years of programming because this is another 1 has a young programmer I was told me never give an estimate of and if you have to give an estimate of is like maybe make an estimate for when you add the estimate ready and then try and buried any numbers you produce so deep that nobody ever figures out how to find them and you can ever be called to account that's then the next 1 and I learned quite the opposite now that estimates for finishing features I think is a loose but that some much longer conversations but you don't have to estimate how long it will take you to do it in order to make a public commitment you can make public commitments towards shared goals OK I think we can increase revenue by 10 per cent or I think we can of reduces the churn in our users by 3 per cent and on this date you were going to measure and see if we actually did that the 1st time I did this I was terrified use compass legally against all my training don't say anything and savings as a vaguely as possible and don't attach dates and if you have to attach dates set them way far in the future war like tomorrow so you're absolutely certain is something like this is the opposite that no 1 make it public commitments when I do make public commitments I immediately feel better so with that and got all these mice in the walls it's actually pretty accurate mental picture for me they always mice lost it when they come out if I have 1 of these public commitments I know how much time and energy to give out little bit but enough to encourage them not discourage them but I have this public commitment to make any of this idea is tangential to that that manages some ounce honored get back on track and do what I'm doing immediately my anxiety level goes down my sense of purpose and focus goes up is a little scary because I might not meet my commitments the when I do that another it's scary technique for me that I found is just being accountable so that means to be a countable means you render account to someone else OK so you said the churn rate was going to go down to 14 per cent and is still at 18 per cent what happens OK freed this is the early young can't would say well as servers were down and these people that didn't deliver the Fang and above above above above above that's not what I'm talking to the immediately unlike wall what if they point the finger at me what if they blame me for this the if instead I'm accountable I render account I did this experiment I did that experiment I wasted 2 days of pursuing this idea that I really should have known better than to do how that's scary to part of it was I just screwed up all the so but as soon as I make that commitment to myself that I'm just going to be accountable how just feel so clean because I know what I'm going to do I'm not gonna blame anybody else I'm not a point any fingers I'm only going to say here's what I did here is the decisions I made here the activities this is the account here's the account and this is how I spent the time and now somebody else's response that is their response right they can take in the the be angry they can can they can be depressed that you and say well let's work on this they can have an idea what whatever somebody else's response those their response the part I can choose that puts me at ease is choosing to just to be accountable here's what I did this this this which leads to rule uh and the next habit that contributes to ease from me which is interpreting feedback of i have a tendency to take on why it's either 1 of 2 things I there when somebody says about me something good or something horrible I think that's about me or I just ignore them and an icon is somewhere in between these 2 poles generally speaking neither which is a very good place to be so Hey that this habit of interpreting feedback contributes to my use because you can come up to me and say Can you were you know your books saved my life and I'm an interpret that unlike in a fake I have lots on because I know more OS the moment after you said that that I was the moment before you said that when Evans changed about me but you just told me this story about you know reading a book and it was that and made a huge difference so I interpret the feed that were part of that is about you know you had this great experience I read the book for you you read the book for you I didn't apply you applied it so there's 0 I can't take credit for this much I wrote a book or I did the best job that I could when I was writing the book and then there's this whole big bunch of it that's really about you and the stuff that you did and that gives me on an even keel because then the next person comes up to me and says can your books stock I tried to apply them and I got fired and I was a homeless tango dancer I this happened to me strangled answer well did did I might have you know the media reaction is a little of you know like how can get you off the tango for I but if I just remember this habit of gun can interpret this I got some feedback but interpret what is that what of that is about me well who knows why you have fight have obedient justified as this would be really depressing you forget could you ignored her something OK we're good I common help in find a job after this I can interpret this feedback you say OK well I wrote the book is there something that I could have done better certainly true is there a lesson that I can learn for the next book In maybe but most of that experience is your experiences on might so that moment of interpreting feedback keeps me off of this in the memorable phrase of and former Apple employee keeps me off of ingenious shithead roller coaster and please pay just that 1 have interpret this feedback this is the dumbest idea I ever heard was you must not have been listening very well this is certainly not the dumbest idea I've ever said it that moment interpreting the that puts me at ease even in situations a conflict which generally speaking I but if I can remember to interpret I can do it closer to my best in that situation something else that I do that contributes to my feeling is is periodically become a beginner at something so I perform in our local the production of the nutcracker ballet and if you want something that will make you and your 50 year old body feels don't edit it's do ballet for the 1st time guarantee
I learned Haskell a couple years ago it's absolutely antithetical to everything that I believe about programming languages I I learned really valuable lessons I think about types in a completely different way than I had before but you know does it feel good to be a rank beginner when you use to really understand new tools now the feels the dislocated and and confusing and we keep trying to grab onto the walls and the teacher keeps smack in your hand and putting out in the middle and we keep following that it doesn't feel that in a moment but I can remember that feeling and confidence like all I'm in a situation I'm not comfortable I don't feel any sense of mastery but it's OK I can get out of it if I could learn about Haskell I can certainly deal with this situation and away we go so I consciously put myself in positions where I'm a beginner so that I feel uncomfortable so that I can remember that I can deal with the feeling of being uncomfortable and still do a pretty good job but this last 1 is of the habit that i've picked up in the this is not about any kind of religion er pushing any particular thing but something to do something like this sort of direction but we can I met it's a in the mornings I am 1 breath away from being OK for the rest of the day and as was the inverse is true when I when I you know 1 too busy did to do anything in the morning on 1 breath away from complete nutter panic for the rest of the day so this is just something that made it a habit and it's made a big difference for me yes the the last technique is this sense of service there is something that happens to my brain when I do something for someone else in a way that prevents me from getting any kind of war word or feedback or props or anything if I is do something for somebody else with no thought of of anything coming back to me his yield better I am more at ease with myself I've been blessed I have a chance to do this and when I take a little bit and just cleared out into the world I feel that I am more he's then the next thing that comes up you know in the work world so I'm going to be a red here to take on and so that concludes my list of of things that I due to to put myself in East now I'm a skip the slides about getting people the live short answer there is if you wanted to start working on 1 of these yourself find a body and work on it together with somebody makes a huge huge difference the so 1 nite the farmer wakes up in the middle and I told get back to a non trust me it he wakes up in the middle of the nite and the wind is blowing in the rain is pouring down and the farmer gets up in a panic pulls on his boots in his pants and he runs out to the board and the the farm helpers out there in the barn and the pharmacist but we have to get their in so that doesn't get ruined in all this rain and help assess it's already been take care and the farmer says 0 we have together the cows in so they don't spoken and stampede not feel themselves and that the formal persist it's already been taken care of a we have day shut the shutters so that the rain doesn't come pouring into the bond it's already been taken care of the the farmer thinks a 2nd and turns around goes back in the house goes upstairs gets undressed climbs under the covers the he tells wife it was all taken care of the wife says now do you know what he meant by I can sleep when the wind blows that's what I wish for myself and row and the and the fact that it at the end of the and
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Titel Closing Keynote
Serientitel RailsConf 2015
Teil 94
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Autor Beck, Kent
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DOI 10.5446/30650
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch

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