04 July 2016


James Edward Gray talks with Dave Rael about constraints, automation, family, teaching, and people

James Edward Gray II just loves to program. He has spent years contributing to the Ruby community in various ways, is recently having too much fun with Elixir, but is always playing with something, be it the nand2tetris exercises or his 3D printer. James is a language geek that enjoys tinkering with everything from low-level Rust code to all-powerful regular expressions, which he is not ashamed to admit that he loves. He is still surprised that employers want to pay him to spend all day playing with his favorite toys. It's a rough life.

James's top 3 tips for delivering more value:
  1. Practice
  2. Get outside your echo chamber
  3. Learn about people

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