DX stands for Developer Experience

DX stands for Developer Experience

Disclaimer: Developer Experience is NOT about work experience, seniority or proficiency level. It's about how Developers perceive the sum of their work conditions (tools, processes, constraints, etc.) & how it impacts their efficiency & productivity. Analogy to UX/CX is definitely in place. TL;DR - Software developers have some (very specific & varying) work hygiene conditions expectations - these are hard to understand by non-dev outsider, but ignoring them leads to limited productivity, degeneration of engineering culture & nose-diving engagement. Providing conditions for stable, gradual DX improvement is critical for any company that considers software engineers (& their work…

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