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I’ve been doing daily stand-up meetings for all but 1.5 years of my time in the software development industry, and I had plenty of chance to observe the good and bad habits during the stand-up.
For this part, I’ll just highlight the need to keep what you say relevant to the project, to not pause too long and too often, and to not unconsciously perform politically incorrect hand movement where no one wants to pair-program with you afterward.
The above panel was drawn this morning while waiting at Caulfield Station. I’ll do part 2 on the next down time, whenever that is.