* SO is good, but watch out for trolls.
* IRC can be good, again, trolls.
+ * Documentation makes me look good.
+ * Docstrings are awesome.
+ * Learn you some REStructuredText
+ * Write down even the slide bullets.
+ * Sphinx makes me and my code look good.
* Ask the dumbest questions
+ * Don't want to do anything twice
+ * If I write the same code twice, I stick it in a method.
+ * Then stick the function into a utils module.
+ * Then I put it up on Github so I don't lose it.
+ * Don't want to debug code that worked before
+ * Manually testing code by watching it run is hard...
+ * ... and hence is error prone.
+ * Meaning you have to do more work.
+ * **Are you testing enough?**
+ * django-coverage runs coverage.py for Django
+ * But you only want to test your own apps. Refer to code on Github for how.
+ * Look at how he does INSTALLED_APPS
+ * Don't want to upload ZIP files per documentation change
+3. Don't be smart and lazy
+ * Postponed activities:
+ * attending to TODO statements
+ * Code too confusing to be modified easily
+A positive trait good tech leads often look for is the ability to ask questions.
+1. Do you try to understand the 3rd party code or isolate it?
+ * Pip & Virtualenv to isolate it.