5 ways to help developers be more productive

As much as we’d love it to be true, developers don’t actually spend all day furiously coding new features and functionality. In reality, the majority of a developer’s time is spent on other tasks. Things like meetings, planning sessions, code maintenance, and fixing bugs all interfere with building new code. Companies shouldn’t expect developers to churn out new features and functionality at a constant, breakneck speed without making sacrifices on code quality or overall team productivity. So how do you move fast, and not break things? By working smarter, not harder. Chatbots are your friend, not your enemy Managers and…

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