Have you ever met a developer who never believes that his/her code is “not the best”. Makes it difficult to work with, isn’t it. Ever thought why does s/he feels that way though? It’s simple. Because s/he loves his/her code. And what happens when you love your code? You can’t accept any criticism for it. In this article we are going to talk about this problem and its effects.

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  • How long are the tech huddles going?
  • Do discussions over technical approaches turn into heated arguments often?
  • Do people get defensive when any one offers an alternative problem to solution?
  • Do new joiners and less experienced folks feel comfortable challenging ideas proposed by senior developers?

Scala | Akka | Functional Programming | Distributed Systems

Scala | Akka | Functional Programming | Distributed Systems