Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.
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Questions referring to how one presents themselves and interacts with others in a professional environment

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Is the colleague your supervisor or in your management team? If so, then what may have been couched as casual criticism might have been a subtle suggestion to change the avatar on your IM. If they ar …
answered Mar 9 '14 by Mistah Mix
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If this is an occasional problem, simply bring a notepad with you when you ask this person for assistance and jot down what he says while he is saying it. That he sees that you are interested in seein …
answered Mar 6 '14 by Mistah Mix
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If you are a friend or a colleague of this person, then a polite "Thank you for responding to my email" and nothing more might be the best course of action. If the professor is not someone with whom y …
answered Mar 6 '14 by Mistah Mix
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Simply write a brief resignation letter stating that you need to leave on relatively short notice due to "unforeseen personal reasons." While most employers will want to ask, the majority would consid …
answered Dec 30 '13 by Mistah Mix
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If this is a social situation and the remarks are not racist, sexist or defaming of the individual's sexual orientation, then I would advise listening neutrally until you have the opportunity to disen …
answered Mar 5 '14 by Mistah Mix
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This is an issue for your reporting manager to resolve. I would advise taking the issue to him or her and having them suggest methods to ensure that you meet the time tracking goals which have been se …
answered Mar 5 '14 by Mistah Mix
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It seems that it wasn't WHAT you asked, but rather HOW you asked it. You can come across as arrogant if you demand answers from people, or if it seems that you're questioning someone's abilities to d …
answered Nov 30 '16 by Mistah Mix
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Some hints that someone is likely to "bail out" on you: More complaints than solutions - If your freelancer has more complaints about the project that s/he does solutions, then you really should pre …
answered Dec 31 '13 by Mistah Mix