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Coders at work question

 
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Does this book provide knowledge about how to behave with other coders at work?
 
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I asked them about how they liked working with other people--in what kinds of teams and how they liked to split up the work. So that gets at some of that. And of course their stories of how they worked on actual projects are also quite interesting. For instance Zawinski described the early days at Netscape were every body was loud and abrasive but they got a lot done and then later he and a partner worked on the Netscape mail client in a much more quiet but equally productive way.
 
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