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According to Wikipedia, knowledge transfer is the practical problem of transferring knowledge from one part of the organization to another.

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Experiment on your own and learn all that you can. After you read enough books, you're going to discover that there are multiple books on particular subjects and they may contradict one another. Try t …
answered Dec 5 '13 by JeffO
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Your developers are going to have to write very detailed and explicit testing instructions until the testers learn the domain and the app to the point where they can write their own. Make testing trai …
answered Mar 2 '15 by JeffO
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You tend to quickly finish what you're doing or at least get it to some stopping point. Then the documentation/brain dump starts. I've been at places where the new hire wasn't familiar with some of th …
answered Dec 14 '10 by JeffO
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Talk to the teacher (if you need to use the lab) and see if you can form a study group. I know you want to avoid answering questions, but this will really make you a better programmer. You will have a …
answered Feb 10 '11 by JeffO
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Nobody wants to get hit by the bus, but they also don't want to have to take over someone else's project on short notice and maintain their project as well. Then everyone runs the risk of going out of …
answered Mar 11 '11 by JeffO
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Give a general description of the problem you're trying to solve and how you went about it. A diagram of the main pieces and how they interact will be helpful with this type of application. They're bu …
answered Dec 19 '10 by JeffO
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This is a bit of a behavior modification question, but needs to be addressed in a development team environment. Do your junior developers have to do support or any type of bug fixing? Ask them how th …
answered Dec 10 '14 by JeffO
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First, congratulations on your expansion and thank you for hiring another developer. Focus on hiring the best programmer you can find as soon as possible. There is an exhaustive list of things you co …
answered Feb 26 '14 by JeffO
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Test documentation just like a usability test. Give the document to a user with no explanation and watch over their shoulder to see if they get any value out of it. Hopefully it meets your objective.
answered Apr 7 '11 by JeffO
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It seems like something as simple to enforce as a coding standard is only going to be handled by: Hire people who agree with you. Code Review Use applications that can automate this stuff. Make is a …
answered Apr 23 '12 by JeffO
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There may be others in the same industry who may want a similar application. With enough clients that could pool their money together, they may be able to afford someone to support this. I would recom …
answered Mar 16 '16 by JeffO