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Aaron Goldsmith

Aaron Goldsmith

Aaron Goldsmith

Pindrop

A DevOps engineer with a critical eye towards communication, mental health, and utilizing AWS efficiently.

I have actively worked with therapists on my own communication skills for the last 4 years. After considering many positive and negative examples in and outside of a work context, I have realized that some of the techniques that I have been taught are uncommon knowledge to most. I and others pursue careers in technology and engineering because we wish to learn and be challenged everyday. Arguably, the greatest source for learnings and challenges are our co-workers and peers, so why alienate them through miscommunication?

Session: How Not to Review a Pull Request

There are many opinions and techniques for reviewing code. Instead of boring you to death with another philosophical rant, we will explore what not to say to your co-workers. Once our journey is complete, we will have tools to help recognize these non-constructive behaviors before hitting send.