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Aslak Hellesøy @aslak_hellesoy
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1/7 Developers, you need to take control over your own situation and shorten your *own* feedback latency for detecting mistakes.
2/7 Relying on others to find your mistakes is a sign of immaturity. It's inefficient.
3/7 Good developers make more mistakes than bad developers. They improve how they work through feedback from their mistakes. More mistakes is better.
4/7 Good developers don't fear mistakes, because they have shortened the feedback loop for detecting them to under a second. Most mistakes never make it to git commit. Obsess about speed.
5/7 Good developers are more productive, and they produce more maintainable code. The main catalyst for this is the ability to experiment quickly with confidence.
6/7 Refactoring doesn't happen unless people have the ability to experiment quickly with confidence.
7/7 Developers, obsess about your feedback latency.
8/7 Next time I'll post in the opposite order - I'm new to this. Yeah, I know 8/7 is a buffer overflow.
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