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Christian Vasquez Author • Edited on

Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Scott :D

It's much easier to work with people when you occasionally grab lunch with them, play ping pong, foosball, or whatever together, and even just hear about their lives outside of work in the spaces between heads-down time (such as when code is compiling, integration tests are running, or whatever).

In my current job I feel this is one the strongest things they have. Everyone is super nice and we can talk about personal things openly. In fact, our team leader is one of the coolest dudes I've ever met!