We talked about his love for teaching and how he incorporated industry best-practices into the curriculum he build. We then touched on freedom, and how it influenced his career choices. Afterwards, we segwayed into his new love for remote mob programming and why he thinks this is one of the most effective ways to program. Finally, we brushed over the book he co-authored "Java by Comparison".
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