Extra super disclaimer: This episode contains a lot curse words.
00:16 – Welcome to “The Upcoming Release of the iPhone 4!” …we mean, “Greater Than Code!”
04:29 – Our Communication Skills and Curbing the Snobbery
“It’s just not good business to be a jerk.” - @jennschiffer— Greater Than Code (@greaterthancode) July 15, 2017
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11:33 – Arguing on the Internet
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16:55 – Dealing with the Jerks
psa: all of your code is ephemeral & will one day not even matter. it probably doesn't even matter now. how you treat your peers matters 💫— jenn schiffer (@jennschiffer) May 18, 2015
36:28 – Reacting with Meanness and Failed Attempts at Banter
29:08 – Teaching by Example
31:52 – Practicing Restraint
37:45 – Defense Mechanisms; Empathy for Offenders and the Offended
Jessica L.: You are way more evolved and valuable if you can work with humans and write code.
Jenn: We have to actively be learning how to interact with people in the industry and people entering the industry.
Jamey: When you’re mad, approach it offline.
Jessica K.: Tell people they’re great publicly, not privately! Make it normal to tell each other we’re awesome.
Mandy: Just be f*cking nice.
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