@joshuataylor Yeah. It reflects the problem with having laptop cameras pointed at one's face by default. External webcams make this much more practical.
@joshuataylor That feels like an anti-pattern, too.
If the class name is so generic that it has to be distinguished from the interface via different name then it's likely that (a) they might as well be combined into one class or (b) important implementation details have been left out of the class's name, e.g. LinkedList vs. ArrayList vs. Stack.
Normalize looking away from one's camera during Zoom calls except when talking towards it.
Otherwise calls make every attendee feel like they're performing public speaking (a common phobia) even when they're silent (which feels like you're choking on one's presentation). All of this can occur without any conscious awareness on the part of the attendees.
And the best books to read are often those you've already dog-eared the most.
For my part, I've been re-reading and further annotating Turning Pro by Steven Pressfield.
@craigmaloney I got my hardback from the Kickstarter!
I honestly enjoy writing Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) docs.
I take The Checklist Manifesto to heart (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6667514-the-checklist-manifesto).
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