Stop Killing Developer Experience

And how company policies can scare developers away

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In todays job market the developer experience (DX) is very important topic. Most talented developers might value good DX even more than the benefits or the industry they are working at. Still some companies try hard to kill the whole thing with stupid policies. And by doing that, they are losing employee retention and…

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Father of two, husband and Lead Developer @ OP Financial Group. I write about things I like and things I don’t. More info @ https://drodil.kapsi.fi

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Heikki Hellgren

Heikki Hellgren

Father of two, husband and Lead Developer @ OP Financial Group. I write about things I like and things I don’t. More info @ https://drodil.kapsi.fi

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