I joke that with a fast enough feedback cycle you can figure out almost anything. Whether it's in an enterprise or startup; I think these patterns are critical to all developers. Legacy code, complex frameworks, difficult workspaces, and smelly code can slow down any developer. I propose that some explicit knowledge of simple debugging, developing, shortcuts, mindset changes, and even Test Driven Development (TDD) techniques can make you a fast and efficient developer by default. (I hated TDD until I learned 1 trick.) Adding extra tools on top of that just makes things gravy. Let’s go kill some Canaries and go back to more HelloWorld type developing, Canary testing, and even simple console.logs(). My goal is that you’ll learn at least one thing that will change your development cycle for the better.