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My favorite saying is "Anything is possible if you have comfortable knee pads and determination". It's not about how many hours you work, it's about what you do in those hours that matters. If your deliverables are solid and you continue to take on responsibilities. Your colleagues will only care about what you do, not how many hours you are there to do ...


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Take a look at other department managers in the company, and how they work. Some kinds of management work requires lots of visibility and accessibility to support your team. It's not all babysitting the team, of course; a lot of it is representing them to other parts of the company. Can you handle the various meetings in a manager's schedule part time? ...


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Don't make this a bigger deal than it is Propose solutions along with the problems if you can Don't make this into a bigger deal than it is - just tell them "Having looked more at this, and remember I can only commit to 10-15 hours a week here, the full rewrite you are talking about will take many months and a lot of that will me be learning how to do it. ...


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This is where managing expectations and setting boundaries at work comes into play. As a new developer your job is more than just coding projects. You need to have clear communication with your peers and boss. That includes giving a work estimate on projects and renegotiating that work estimate as the project continues. It is fine to work on the new project ...


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