re: Mistakes are needed! VIEW POST


You want embarrassing mistakes from this week or from our worst blunders? Because I can supply both and I'm a senior developer.


I'm sure you can. The point is, too often the error is stigmatized. I think it's not the good way to manage them. It can lead to innovation and/or can reveal flaws in the workflow/design/whatever. The point is if error is a sin, people tend to hide it and try to make it perfect. Thus it increases the pressure without necessary increasing code quality. It could be called "the right to fail".

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