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As programmers, we're used to being able to make machines do what we want. We write code that is efficient and minimizes resources. We solve problems using technology. If only these same skills transferred to humans...
But sadly they do not. Human beings are inefficient. They need motivation, they get sick, and they have "feelings." But what if we could program ourselves to be more effective and help others be more productive?
You can, through using humor. Humor is a hack into the human brain that improves communication, builds relationships, enhances problem solving, and strengthens leadership. Learn how you can apply humor to program humans.
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