As Centarians, we are passionate about a growth mindset. Find out exactly what that means!
Continuous improvement is essential in our constantly evolving technological world. Having a growth mindset helps to foster and facilitate improvements both personally, and within a team.
Find out what it takes to be a T-shaped developer, and why it should matter to you.
I recently re-read Mindset by Carol Dweck for a book club. In it the author is talking about the mindset of a student when they had received a heavily critiqued research journal they had submitted for publication and was ‘stuck in a rut’.
Are we as software professionals guided by a set of ethical standards?
This post is chock-full of good suggestions that any developer can follow to minimize disruption.
People think that when you want to change your life, you need to think big. But world-renowned habits expert James Clear has discovered another way.
You have a presentation coming up. Public speaking has always made you nervous but at the same time, you wish you could excel at and enjoy it… what do you do? Level up!
In Cal Newport's book, Deep Work, he posits that in today's world we have to be more intense and focused than ever.
Stress helps the brain and body respond to daily challenges, but when experienced over prolonged periods it can snowball into Burnout.
Essentialism is not about how to get more things done; it’s about how to get the right things done.
We have all met superstar Software Engineers and Developers. They work just over 40 hours a week, but get nearly twice as many PBI's done as everyone else...