01:29 - Running a Mail Server
08:49 - Amitai’s Superpower: Squirrel Power! and Orienting Himself in a New Problem Space (And Helping Others to Orient Them in Their Own Problem Spaces)
15:03 - Refactoring
23:15 - Managing Developer Time
28:57 - Feedback and Systems
33:38 - Email Servers
35:46 - Predictability
40:39 - Quality and Collaboration
45:47 - Orienting and Problem Space
Jessica: Having useful questions.
John: The bounded perfectionism concept and the tests as questions.
Rein: What are the minimum possible criteria for progress?
Amitai: “Make hidden things visible. Make abstract things concrete. Make implicit things explicit.” ~ Virginia Satir
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