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June in Agile: Imposter Syndrome, Code Commenting, and Best Languages

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June in Agile: Imposter Syndrome, Code Commenting, and Best Languages

This post is a quick look at the best articles on DZone over the past month, as well as relevant jobs and publications from DZone.

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In this quick rundown, we go over the best articles and publications on DZone and elsewhere that discuss Agile processes, and look at some relevant jobs. 


The Most Agile Agile Articles on DZone: 

  1. Do You Have 'Self-Taught' Imposter Syndrome? A great post by a first time DZone contributor that resonates across all development fields (or, really, any field, anywhere). 

  2. The Best Programming Languages for Each Situation (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). A wonderful synopsis of the best programming languages to learn, that can be useful for beginners and experts alike. 

  3. Keeping Your Skills Up to Date as a Software Developer. Some practical advice on how to stay on top of your chosen language(s), even if you don't code at work every day. 

  4. Why We Comment Code. A solidly argued case as to why programmers should always comment their code. 

  5. Coders Code. A discussion of what makes a person a coder, and how to get back into the habit if your job no longer gives you a lot of opportunities to code.  


The Best From the Rest: 

  1. Collaboration in Scrum, by Agile Projects Blog, June 29, 2017.

  2. Scrum Sins, by Harshal Joglekar, June 28, 2017.

  3. The Real Work of an Agile Transformation, by Tim Zack (ft. Mike Cottmeyer and Dennis Stevens), June 8, 2017.


Find Your Next Great Agile Gig: 

Senior Product Manager - Couchbase Server
Couchbase
Location: Mountain View, CA, United States
Experience: 5+ years of experience in the information management industry. Domain expertise in databases is a must with deep knowledge of the database landscape. 

Developer Advocate
MuleSoft
Location: San Francisco, CA, United States
Experience: You are an experienced developer and a technology visionary, yet you love connecting with other developers to build communities. You have a strong knowledge of Java or .NET, with the ability to understand other languages such as JavaScript, PHP, Ruby, Go, etc.


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Scrum Refcard, by Dave West, Stever Porter, and Michael James.

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