Here’s how you should onboard developers

This article was originally published by Michiel Mulders on .cult by Honeypot, a Berlin-based community platform for developers. For the latest updates, follow .cult by Honeypot on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, and YouTube. Wow-a! It’s always fun when a new developer joins your team. But wait, you are tasked with onboarding this developer. How do you get started? What’s the most important information you should share to get the new colleague on board? What’s the most efficient process to introduce this developer to the code? Onboarding a developer is not an easy task. Still, too many development teams take this…

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