The statistics underline Valverde’s merits, without which everything is much more difficult for Madrid. While he is on the field, the partial scorer is overwhelmingly favorable: 31-4. Without it the data, although still positive, are less happy: 19-16. And now the Spanish Super Cup, a tournament that can finish picking up. The importance of Fede Valverde in this Real Madrid is such that its presence and absences are almost noticed. Without him in the Coliseum, Zidane’s team sweated seas in defense and saw his offensive flow diminished with respect to recent attacks. They saved the Courtois ballot and two isolated actions on Varane aerial balls, but those trees do not prevent to see the forest. The data indicate its importanceThat career for the sentence defines the impudence and power of a soccer player who even Zidane had gone virtually unnoticed. In fact, with Zizou himself he started 2019-20 without entering the plane to Vigo. Now Madrid is not understood without him, the eighth player in minutes (1,139) of the squad. Zidane pulled a manual topic in the press room to explain its substitution: “Everyone is involved. I have 25 players and they always play 11. In the end it is everyone’s question …”. Fede entered the 70 ‘and his greatest merit was his Instant adaptation to the rhythm of the game and the commendable intensity of Getafe de Bordalás. He did not clash and began to cover the field, avoiding any possible disconnection in the final minutes. He provided eight passes (seven successful) or a clearing, but above all an assistance preceded by a spectacular gallop. In the discount he went to the rival goal like a rocket, gasoline was left over, and he ended up serving Modric 0-3, That accompanied very well and only had to push the ball to the net.
Punk ProgrammingPick up the keyboard. Bash it against the screen, self, wall. Become disinterested when others do the same.Platonic ProgrammingYou and the code are just going to remain friends. Nothing fancy is going to happen, and you’re certainly not going to take it home at night. You could never love this code in that way.Passive ProgrammingThe same as pair programming, except one of the pair members is asleep, or in the bathroom, or at lunch, or doesn’t even know you’re at their desk, logged into their account, writing pull request under their username…SpiteOpsUsing admin powers for evil rather than good. Typical examples include revoking access, removing users, deleting user-space directories, and pointing load balancers at desktops. Also fun with wireless networks and mac address filtering.Prayer ProgrammingDear lord, please let this work.Livin’ on a Prayer ProgrammingThe same as pair programming, but with Jon Bon Jovi as your partner.Pare ProgrammingBegin with a large amount of code. Select a reference to some method, library, class, variable, what have you. Highlight the referenced item and delete it. Repeat until the application is completely broken. Submit pull request. By now, you and your teams of developers have dipped their toes into every waterfall, every agile pond, and quite a few DevOps rainbows. From pair programing and burndown charts to story times and scrum meetings, you probably feel as though you’ve heard of every type of agile practice there is.(Related: Agile works when employees are happy)Not so! There are many lesser-known agile practices that could vastly improve your day-to-day productivity (or, at least, your enjoyment of work). So then, without further ado, we present some lesser-known types of agile development.Pear ProgrammingPlace a pear on your desk between your keyboard and monitor. When you’ve found the root cause of a bug and fixed it with a full comment, pull request and unit test, eat the pear. Great for developers who have bad eating habits.Purr ProgrammingFind a cat. Place the cat in your lap. Program. Extremely calming, given the proper cat. The wrong cat can be extremely detrimental to workflow. Also try not to let kitty write any actual code: Cats on keyboards are the leading cause of bugs in purr programming pairs.Pokémon ProgrammingWhen catching one exception isn’t enough, you gotta catch ‘em all! Also works with logs.