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#Expectations

Individual

  • Be confident of my hard skills.
  • Break free of old bad habits.
  • Support others.
  • Be a good teammate.
  • Take ownership of learning.
  • Be adaptable.
  • Be successful.
  • Be creative.
  • Network with others.
  • Think beyond the mechanics of coding.
  • Challenge yourself daily!
  • Develop creative, efficient solutions.
  • Eat breakfast and be well rested.
  • Be open to learning from any source.
  • Get a deeper understanding of concepts.
  • Strive daily goals.
  • Develop healthy routines.
  • BE HERE!
  • Ask questions, there are no dumb questions.

##Team

  • Encourage others.
  • Solve problems together.
  • WIN TOGETHER!
  • Learn through osmosis.
  • Communicate and exchange information.
  • Be respectful.
  • Respect time boxes and deadlines. (Time Management)
  • No mavericks.
  • Be dependable.
  • Be approachable.
  • Be pleasant to each other.
  • Willingness to listen to suggestions.
  • Willingness to try things.
  • Be aware of differences.
  • Be honest to each other.
  • Be accountable to each other.
  • Stay on taska.
  • Work hard and smart.
  • Be resource for others.
  • Encourage others to take of themshelves.
  • Be generally anti-fragile.
  • Write easy to understand code (clean) code.
  • Be OK with failure.
  • Be vocal, don't feel alone.

Instructors/Staff

  • Be candid with evaluations of work.
  • Help see the forest for the trees.
  • Be helpful.
  • Support challenges.
  • Be available.
  • Be fair.
  • Be current.
  • Be consistant.
  • Help develop professional soft skills.
  • Be concise.
  • Make sure we are understood.
  • Answer questions.
  • Enthusiasm
  • Empathy
  • Help with problem solving and the approach to problem solving.
  • Acknowledge differences.
  • Embrace creativity.
  • Correalate the experience to the real world.
  • Be a resource and provide resources.
  • Better HDMI routing...
  • Be patient.
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