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Low-Level Emotional Programming - Q&A
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0:00kubkon Aren't you afraid that by asking the expert for help too many times you stumble upon a problem, you rob yourself of the opportunity to grow and work on your self-sufficiency and debugging skills? And in this case debugging skills do not necessarily have to apply to coding only
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0:00kubkon Aren't you afraid that by asking the expert for help too many times you stumble upon a problem, you rob yourself of the opportunity to grow and work on your self-sufficiency and debugging skills? And in this case debugging skills do not necessarily have to apply to coding only
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0:00kubkon Aren't you afraid that by asking the expert for help too many times you stumble upon a problem, you rob yourself of the opportunity to grow and work on your self-sufficiency and debugging skills? And in this case debugging skills do not necessarily have to apply to coding only
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1:33masonremaley What is the horse's name and how are they doing?
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1:33masonremaley What is the horse's name and how are they doing?
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1:33masonremaley What is the horse's name and how are they doing?
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3:13aerekyasa How long did it take to retrain yourself into this new pattern?
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3:13aerekyasa How long did it take to retrain yourself into this new pattern?
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3:13aerekyasa How long did it take to retrain yourself into this new pattern?
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4:15rsms When working “carefully” and avoiding “power sessions”, how do you deal with satisfying that awesome high a good power session gives you?
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4:15rsms When working “carefully” and avoiding “power sessions”, how do you deal with satisfying that awesome high a good power session gives you?
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4:15rsms When working “carefully” and avoiding “power sessions”, how do you deal with satisfying that awesome high a good power session gives you?
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5:12rgriege Are there any differences in detecting and responding to stress in collaborators / co-workers in addition to yourself?
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5:12rgriege Are there any differences in detecting and responding to stress in collaborators / co-workers in addition to yourself?
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5:12rgriege Are there any differences in detecting and responding to stress in collaborators / co-workers in addition to yourself?
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7:49pebaz I find that how code makes me feel influences the design. How has emotion helped / hindered you in writing code?
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7:49pebaz I find that how code makes me feel influences the design. How has emotion helped / hindered you in writing code?
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7:49pebaz I find that how code makes me feel influences the design. How has emotion helped / hindered you in writing code?
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10:49professorsil I find that code bases I have worked on for years build up these latent stresses and feelings. Is there a good way to combat or limit this long term association?
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10:49professorsil I find that code bases I have worked on for years build up these latent stresses and feelings. Is there a good way to combat or limit this long term association?
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10:49professorsil I find that code bases I have worked on for years build up these latent stresses and feelings. Is there a good way to combat or limit this long term association?
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12:35cipherpunk When I look at coworkers, I see people who never seem to be perturbed by problems and I frequently feel like anxiety and panic are unique to me. How do I convey these feelings to people I'm working with without coming off weak?
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12:35cipherpunk When I look at coworkers, I see people who never seem to be perturbed by problems and I frequently feel like anxiety and panic are unique to me. How do I convey these feelings to people I'm working with without coming off weak?
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12:35cipherpunk When I look at coworkers, I see people who never seem to be perturbed by problems and I frequently feel like anxiety and panic are unique to me. How do I convey these feelings to people I'm working with without coming off weak?
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14:50aerekyasa You mentioned not letting yourself get caught up in your coworkers' out-of-work emotional tensions and letting it affect your own productivity. On a similar note, how do you deal with your own out-of-work emotional tensions affecting your work productivity?
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14:50aerekyasa You mentioned not letting yourself get caught up in your coworkers' out-of-work emotional tensions and letting it affect your own productivity. On a similar note, how do you deal with your own out-of-work emotional tensions affecting your work productivity?
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14:50aerekyasa You mentioned not letting yourself get caught up in your coworkers' out-of-work emotional tensions and letting it affect your own productivity. On a similar note, how do you deal with your own out-of-work emotional tensions affecting your work productivity?
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16:50mdcio I'm curious how you tackle maintaining a systematic approach when life throws a curveball such as getting kicked in the ribs. I've found trauma (physical or mental) often snowballs, keeping me locked in the frozen state, even dreading doing the things that should be relaxing and training my mind-body connection
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16:50mdcio I'm curious how you tackle maintaining a systematic approach when life throws a curveball such as getting kicked in the ribs. I've found trauma (physical or mental) often snowballs, keeping me locked in the frozen state, even dreading doing the things that should be relaxing and training my mind-body connection
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16:50mdcio I'm curious how you tackle maintaining a systematic approach when life throws a curveball such as getting kicked in the ribs. I've found trauma (physical or mental) often snowballs, keeping me locked in the frozen state, even dreading doing the things that should be relaxing and training my mind-body connection
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