Article Image Life was normal until 2020’s monstrously bad news – Covid – came around. Developers got out of bed, then marched to the office to crunch code as they always do. While inside of the office, they reviewed their goals, played with Git, interacted with their colleagues over a cup (or two) of coffee, and built products relevant to the functionality of the company. Many developers also had side-projects that they would go home and work on during their free time as their hobby.

While in the office, developers would be busy regurgitating code – web developers, for example, would work with PHP, SQL, CSS, Javascript, and its libraries (say, jQuery). Meanwhile, database administrators would think deeply about the performance of their database instances (they would take care of indexing and normalizing their data, or work with big data sets, etc.). Once the code was complete, they’d document it and push it over to GitHub.

Source de l’article sur DZONE