In this episode of the Digital Mindfulness Podcast, we talk with April Wensel, the founder of Compassionate Coding. April is a veteran software engineer whose work has spanned the education, research, healthcare and entertainment sectors, and after more than a decade in software engineering, April has made it her mission to devise a suite of strategies to harness the power of compassion to build effective software development teams. Her organisation Compassionate Coding works to share these strategies with the wider technology community to foster the creation of more cohesive teams, better onboard junior engineers, foster better communication between engineers and other employees, and to implement better code review practices.
You should listen to this show to find out more about ways to improve digitised working culture, what drives passive aggressive characters, and how you can make your team more effective.
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