I care about commit quality. So should you.

women in tech code quality

When I started working as a developer in Hong Kong, iOS was still in Version 4. Since then, I’ve become one of the six partners in one of Hong Kong’s leading web and mobile development agencies. In addition to acting as the tech lead or PM for projects, I work on initiatives like setting up the company’s Kubernetes cluster for DevOps and mentor junior developers. Continue reading “I care about commit quality. So should you.”

I don’t care what tools a developer uses. I hire based on fundamentals.

People often say Hong Kong is a tech wasteland. They say the city suffers from developer brain drain. That all top-tier developers are lured to Silicon Valley. Well, I think that’s crap.

There’s more to engineering than just money, or offices like the Googleplex, or just geeking-out with people in the Bay Area.
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5 Great Ideas for a Company Retreat

 

Company retreat is important for employee engagement

A Company retreat is a gathering outside of your usual workplace. You will spend time with your usual co-workers but in a different environment that would encourage you to talk or think about something other than work. The aim is for you to bond with your co-workers, your boss, and the company that you work for. A relaxing time without thinking about work gives you an opportunity to get to know the people that you work with on a more personal level. It could even be like meeting them for the first time again.

 

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