Tip 3: Learn a Hypervisor
Our first two installments in the series covered soft skills, namely learning all you can about the business you’re in, and some options for project planning and estimation. I think it’s about time we heat things up with something a bit more technical.
It is my opinion that every professional developer must learn to use a hypervisor. A hypervisor is software that allows you to build and run virtual computers. A virtual computer works by slicing out a portion of your physical computer’s (usually called “bare metal”). Then within that virtual slice of resources, you can install an operating system and run it like a separate computer.