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The Guest: A Guide To Code Hospitality

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I I got to ask how you know what we'll 1st impressions of London what do you think what you like to you like and it was really fascinating for me because I got to hear from someone who never even been in England before and I was born in London who lived in London all my life I'm gonna in the state of entity acted move to London that's people on of and on a case the number 1 it's like rail is my
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I was a welcome visitor in his hand on the rebound and I was hoping to make my my have J I and I had a friend who local by my side so how can I make the most of this and look at the energy to help me as if thinking of these questions may anything when I came to stay with me we both wanted hesitate to be as enjoyable as possible and this is where could
hospitality comes from so by same scene of a guest and host and how we might be effective in this difficult I think we can learn more about how we can treat inspect how teammates how can on board you people quickly and how we can work with people code bases in a way that's fine and where we continue being done and so what I Hercules to leave assault with I have to meet a new way to
think about problem solving particularly when you're coding of picking up the next to each other on the way to think
about communicating particularly when giving and receiving feedback Amadís's that was kind
hospitality hopefully we can improve collaboration kind long-term learning across effective and 1 distinction I wanna
make that when talking about gasses host and not that understanding G developers see develop but it's more about familiarity in weather domain that might be it could be the group of people you working with it could be the codebase it could be a particular class yeah and these so if this is this is more so of framework to just think about when you're writing these problems and hopefully it's helping the
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some form of preparation so when you ceiling somebody do you have the idea before and we had some people say that they always please when somebody
else's house how deep in the top met a lot
interview but clearly this is right so it is like a house we noticed trying to operate as presentable as you go along on but you know why is this you just can't be you might think that you really want is your home is working that code that gas can be unexpected just like when I looked into my house and so it's not great you have to spend a lot time doing cleaning just because another person's life but also if you never have again it's not great to be what was up upfront complexity usual this cognitive load it's hard to make decisions and actually working on your own code becomes less on so yeah it's good to keep your code base decent things that what is clean mean everyone has different ideas so the the and I some things that we like to ask ourselves how we named things consistently was as I am there's going going to be very confusing due out objects have clear responsibilities like this spend the mean who doesn't wanna see dispensary gives you sleep but also tells you how much of a tree of and we'll talk about the same time we need a is this is an example of all other some improvements to make 0 I just realized that was spending is ASEAN in by the thanks again said that he can quotations that
manages the unexpected again Our who has been London here and in some sense you know we have a lot of streets that look like
this the narrow winding but only not have been this way so there was a great
5 London September 16 50 safely destroyed 70 of cities and architects that rent submitted these plans for the rebuilding of London so you might have seen him at the widest read the more geometrically arranged more structured and so this was his refactoring of London that's unfortunately sometimes never came to fruition because there was no money to these plans and there was no buying from the politicians and from the water so they will want to just to just returned to me that in 1 of the deal and so they and so back have with current US media attention you attempted to
do things that there's some things the ball and the way whether in a simple 10 then you don't quite have time to do then all this not by from other people but it's really important and thinking about this you understand the reasons for why something is how how should so again is sometimes until messy house houses sound if you say I attempted to tidy up the I can report that they what do that convey respect that person yourself or for your whole meal space so you can in most cases you can be do have it this is just a legitimate reason but it's important to know the reasons
as to why the codebase is not the and be prepared to total guess to them so take responsibility for these things and think about how you might do better next time and the guests people attacked ask questions give has the benefit of the doubt that they are where these things and they try to what I guess a we talking about
but I tell you to be better and then what they going to turn out to have a little
so the ones that somebody's house and not many left some instructions or of or that from the back so this is a good thing my friend the constantly is not that you would find these instructions how to look after his dog and have people because they will be there and only thinking about in terms of what what what does this mean it is it has to be so be it can be careful consultation take even when you happen to be the original board but what's code guest perhaps not the case you know around but it's also a solid coming to how your
understand that they're in the right and the track you so what if we had we use that were more like right so tall guy around the general concept present in our so think of kind of common meanings that we see today you know that
both things like really measure in how you create a database for you on the test so all these things really helpful forgetting and and that is helpful for people to continue to progress productively and competently if they're by themselves is a snapshot of a really from Active Record and it talks about how it implements the object-relational mapping pattern and there's a description link to a blog posts and some other points about the philosophies behind it and so you think about the point of currently working on now all that particular track is open to that you use that would be helpful to explain to someone when they start to contribute so here's the readme for the current
ties to guide get you the usual thing for installation and Usage fight and he is also a bit history also how the can have become to be having that use some approaches of other toxins like because the present meeting until the to expand unintelligible and also walk through so you know you might be wondering how do I get to the some subject well here's 1 way that I approached in this and that might be interesting to explore this idea of a
really that keeps you running so it goes beyond this idea of just getting set up running that it helps you to keep a to keep producing features and being self-sufficient when your house is no there with the so every
without 1st meeting question fast
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know a lot about that some other people dead can you give a lantern and lots things you may think it's obvious that make it clear that they can ask you anything at any time and I guess it's always good to ask questions and it can be about anything about something you seen about decision someone's made widely me that this isn't or it could just be an acronym someone to say you don't know what's found just off as a so that the state is something you like to see that I haven't Shania maybe you want to see particular file you want to go to the content together to make that space for them to make and also think about the impression that giving off so you might be like it's time for me to get back and do my work so but what I look like to guess my questions you can say something my head that I am interruptible and this is the case even more interruptible states and say when you buy the next 3 because there's some alternatives and maybe hang right down anything you have to ask 1 distinct thing and then we can go over them off so it makes
the 2nd scene demonstrate to new teammates they wouldn't want them to feel at home as soon as possible Assist like that's how I want to pick out of an apple when a bit out of my way but it was not helpful fastest so that set the tone of right and may have an have bit easier and and so was a really good way to start this so
every visit has some form of sharing around getting used to the place so how do you give tools of the between Dallas
you do you give tools based wedding stop and had some people say 0 I start the 10th I have only worked insurance company said I start with the choice policy object and then I point out all the objects think that and then tweets that kept mentioning
this sled diagram the and these people telling me how the most effective ways that work was to draw diagrams and to tell a story around the current state of the codebase was the context how they get to be that moment just listing the files involved the so might make up a component of such a story you might do
diagrams about objects encoding methods and how they link together you might also look at this
this concept so for example the I will recently working on nutrition and we learned a lot about how this will the theories behind nutrition you what the different diets that people do have on his weapon that helped us to think about how we're going to build some things and instant narrative
together you can say hey here's the sum of business cases of the business the what business concepts that we're dealing with in his family mapped to these objects that you see this is as in giving people extra content on you give them sort of cues as well to help them remember so you know in Shenzhen around the house like the other model that's from 1 year the chat with crazy or something like that if you if they have the visual cues and they can remember so
try and tell teammates bestowing of OK yeah and always get the
selectivity and that's what you're doing them with your best work or whether they're going the so let's look at working with your guests and the problems so what i truths about how well there's a more on what on a modern trees about where you choose to do things so if I ask you to draw a map of rail thinking you had what would the the would like to
ask so yeah maybe something like
this the it and and of his but it or
something like this and then it is not long enough so that the different and the wall from people who have been e-mails years and keep went make here that's not how what led whether you understand rails at about how you see
the domain so and why you come to see that way so we think of the next feature a user story that pick up in the project so using down with you guess compare and how do you work out we're starting points if you familiar with that of base you probably have a clear idea of identity straightforward and about it but does your guesses that way this take this user story as a user I
want to get inside the Tower of London this is a historic castle in London by the River Thames and sales thing down your computer the person who was and you'll see this
this great aerial view talent thinking and I'm in the plane of something of powers you a high themselves public we don't know the person sitting next to the this the the so
that I can be pretty straightforward as the 2 people and dolls as they will but saying I
think these 2 things but you don't know so you're seeing color is always is going be quite difficult and can be quite painful because you just talking from take a different vantage points and you you will progress unless you can start the news you can see this someone is half of it reminds you of this time I certainly wasn't the and I
and and she called me and actually under the terms of the and occlusions and he said had that test that is the case of marketing I started about code size at all that easy just right and left in the back so cool to go not his made as an adult but I'm still not home so I at that but this is the optimal pick you up with people I got that was will because if only also which test which is talking about instead assuming that she went to the 1 that I wasn't and it's same Inc. we need to look at where each of us standing what what what each and then start moving to the same stop so so sometimes I was
working on this problem with the ad that I mean we will have this conversation we just weren't getting anywhere and so he said well what you draw a diagram that to see this is where the receiver was that they can be used as soon as we do this and they would see that my problems I was coming to understand the warden with which things are half have this sort of thing in my head is a feasible what we do the volatility died this is due back everything
from the became a clear it became very obvious we were able to go up right and and start clothing confidently because we knew both having the thing that so when working problems people it's really useful to assume that you and your
team made of lots it's not that 1 of is right the other is wrong it just in different places these to find so as as do that scribble down these diagrams what I want you both seeing and see how you can get the same starting point and these diagrams that are not like of documentation survival we use like instantaneous communication scribbles just to get that conversation and questions of pop by the way when you let people so how does the way that we've been talking about help so 1 time Alex kitty she said I need to those who follow the draft and I said I don't have time to take sides that always liked by the rest of the went to the other nite and she said I don't know how to get to
the of and it hit me that I had to sort of take take over the world back and I hadn't discuss how we're getting there haven't and so had semantic changes and passive follow it happened this body of the you know I have remembered it you may not have you kept in mind a lot to take in and so this title had a pattern that presented here
well as and here to the rest of the government and I said here the different ways that we go to the rest and an action however follows similar and I said given the way that we discussed how might you how do you think you wanna get on the as we were able to have a discussion which he could contribute some ideas about how to it and and as I check that I've been understood based on Howard explained and and what about this is when you're the 1 assuming that you can use that and exploring ways often you didn't consider because you do things the same way and so when when you're looking at coding problems start a conversation by saying
OK we've got a proper now here are some ways that we've approach this in the past here's how someone else may projectively when your that's you but this way that you wanna do that it's useful for you to go with coxal announced it there another the president comes about these different method and saying which we shall we going to bring in the mass media person to that decision making process and it's really helpful to smooth
the conversation away from implementation the telling of the cumulative discovery problems to the board of concepts eventually it
contested by so that when an excellent guess leaving of
all as some ongoing have in the day 1 so I 2011 I got to offer and relax setting you what did you think what what did what did well and what they still have things would retrospective so how many people have regular but this retrospective in the team that and actually get together duty once a week and you're able to reflect on the past week what think about processes thing but we can do better next by talking about the team just I'm talking about 1 1 but we don't do enough of these so it's useful when you spend time with them for a day or even if you just collaboration them 1 a particular put it for an hour to talk about how to go look at we do that but here's the thing feedback is very hot and how we make it easy
it's really hard to say what you think what to get what it is that they and so a useful way to think about giving feedback of positive and critical is to frame in terms of feeling so what how are you feeling what's what's more motion and insisting factor of 2 observations of particular things that happen and then think about the need behind those things that happened that have the need for that you have to have led to the feeling that way so and then make a request for something to happen next time to help meet those needs and the point here is that we don't pass judgment on the person working with instead of
creating and judgment say and drawing attention to the way things need not be met so what are some examples you have keyboard so that
that's different segment don't think how about something like I feel disappointed because I
was hoping to simulate enlightenment on writing out the tests would be possible for me to drive more next time will arrive at such an easy way some saying on a saying you know you need to know more so when it comes to testing and they hate you wanna do that another thing that was great and even say what I mean how about underfitting
sees because when I would extend things to you you would stop typing you attend when he toward the and I have confidence that you hearing everything else and it be great if you continue to do that and outside insane and useful
format to start the conversation is to say next time we can extend the work together what should we keep doing what should be chains so in giving
feedback focus on expressing your feelings based on observations and need a norm passing judgment on the actions of others so that was kind of a scientific the guide but simply because so we have a apparently
phenotype-based as best you can and the things that you
can't make fun explanation why things all right and think about concepts that using
the higher level we don't have to be longer doesn't have to be reasonably of limitations these things you have data but it is just a powerful it's helpful interesting for you to think about that and to start a conversation you get in that way when you 1st need to look at the patient and generous with your
time show your team's questions and for
people coming into a new place office 1st
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concepts nothing no it's really hard sometimes they should be if in the right environment the environment than any questions that you ask will be regarded positively and you get a good on when you're giving
orientation give a story tool for your code based this the thousands objects how did you start how to get to be here where think going and drawing diagrams helps they
help illustrate and they help you think about what your saying and also for the other person to should be understood you when you watch
together when you're doing user stories you know doing something to start at the high level until them together when you familiar it's very easy for you to just plow through the way we used to doing and others allow the other person to get environment to to to to conjugate and make sure that don't take it for granted that the starting from the same vantage point so again to a diverse set
you looking in the same thing and if not now a framework to start working and again with the you
have a T. retrospectives by half was 1 1 retrospectives talk to 1 another but what what what didn't and make sure they keep communicating with
observations and means and most importantly
stick together to try and work with people close is kind waiting time 10 it takes time to get to know that in the best space to the improvement on the feedback you get from the perspective so it's less that do you want
to take the code hospitality talents
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well-defined feature in your back it's not important you can fish in the 3 hours is more important to have a clear starting points things
like this you know the kids you with something like
this you know something that we can read and say occasionally do and then in terms of structure in the 3 hours spend some time thinking about preparations that some factor you can do a walk also wrote books you might have been discussed those discussed the problem draw the diagram so are you starting what he was seeing you do you are you in the same frame of mind with what this problem is often and then comes the implementations of many this is like trading sit together ideally what from the same machine and can take turns driving in writing the code and the communicator all the time about what you're doing and why they make their decisions and take 15 minutes of the and how that retrospective harder to go what worked what didn't is being able 3 days to
do it and if you don't do 3 days then you can win a special prize I get
all about a 3rd teat photos that had the I wanna see diagrams code snippets think that can correct for maybe which is general commentary on how you found and also things that may be that ideas you have about this but how do you think that what In this and have a question about having side of things particularly with logistic set up maybe a working remotely or maybe will you don't have to know how to put computers to let them come me for the the field that about their fairly pilots and some the time so we we cannot elicit question but if you want to dig once the
communication stuff that I spoke about their and this is amazing notify communication by resin that it's all about how we can communicate in a way that brings home so the way wasn't toward to talk until around competition judgments demands new things that something's right was wrong and actually we struggle to think about expressing what we need to clean the heat of the moment and how to effectively possible we want without communicating lawmaking unhelpful demands all felt fat and so this book helps us get to that level of communication which of which comes to make sure that everyone's needs of being and so everyone to do this but I think and you read it you don't find it helpful that I really wanna have you know here's the book has to decide about the
access this which is that it gives you a framework for doing the retrospective by writing an e-mail with your packed together about how the day went and sat these Wilson people who have been so amazing as i've in this talk I'm really grateful for that time and so grateful to have the support and 1 last question how's instead thank you be
it so the question was the with the feedback Um if we get the differences start feelings and that brings motion into it and and it's quite possible and you want to work with the other person to get a solution so is there any reason why started feeling better yes because without standard feelings you can't work out what's wrong so it's by so you need to individually think about you have a reaction to something you have a reaction to something like a clause in the vessel to think someone did something in the reactor back in the back retention really if you think about why do I fear that down why don't feel that's sad that was you walk out there is an opportunity or did I you know or was it something that I really surprised that they be happy and important why with feelings because then you can go into the needs a to start talking to other people in terms of the need that's when they go off this is how I can help you to go there you can't how you can't come to a solution because we need a deep down will is how these reactions all that where they're coming from and what units so actually this is what I need know all OK now I can think about ways that I can help you and the other person can also share their needs so it's still collaborative constant consultation with ultimately collaborative yes and the question was having trouble and using by communication and where this how different children how can you make it such that everyone their feelings all the same playing field while I think because the questions things so I I think about like communication of most people haven't red don't know about it on the hot thing is when you are in a situation with the of people is that use ball thing that can you make people can't because that's precisely why we have about communication so what I found really helpful is to try and ask questions of the other classes that teases out that that needs under that that that need of a house and they all why did you say that because you feel you make suggestions you say because you feel as you get everyone Internet tools to respond in a way that that well actually if I did that we all know it but this is before you know you use the conversation on that framework without them knowing about it without them you need to know exactly what this is communication framework so there's a lot of pressure on the on is about to try and figure that making suggestions with that those feeling the need and asking questions can help for you know it's shift the conversation so that everyone is talking the same thank you so the question was you have guessed it's clear that I think the benefits and so it's good for me but if the host how it was awarded to a how light as the 1 thing and the talk ID start from this starting point of we're assuming that the 1st wants to be helpful thing difficulties how is it that by the entitled people do want to help people around and you know if it's a new hired to develop that sort of thing but it is also how but I think the 1 attractions told me that did allows to try and show that the host has its ultimately beneficial for the host is if a B has been hospitable before units arrived before the last thing house the Western advanced when they get their death happy is easy to communicate well but then actually equal and new hiring new teammate negative into the learning and really rapid case on to go to quantitative very productive as that's what you want to read more about the you foster this happens this is going let you part of the team and and so it's beneficial for everyone so the so the question was how can you apply the stuff when you're in you don't and I have similar to like if you all a mapping it might be the thing the by the terms or if someone may be coming to stay house that you both don't know yet whether it's gonna work as you use the color can and have tall and I guess this again making sure you explain how the BUT things you you ask questions to the with the you could fit but it's also important that that it's best days as well to see what I'd be happy and there's is the thing of what you would need that what do you need out of stock you know and serving as a whole is how we do things will let me read the elites in a two-way conversation I inviting you to stay will will this work for both of us call at the end thank if you from the middle of the and 1
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Titel The Guest: A Guide To Code Hospitality
Serientitel RailsConf 2016
Teil 70
Anzahl der Teile 89
Autor Odunayo, Nadia
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Unported:
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DOI 10.5446/31567
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract You were living alone in the town of Ruby-on-Rails until you decided to open up your spare room to guests. Now your first visitor has booked in. Her arrival is imminent. How do you prepare? How can you make sure she has a great visit? Let’s explore the art of code hospitality — working on codebases in a way that respects your teammates and provides for their needs. By working hospitably, we can facilitate team productivity and help new members quickly feel at home.

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