At some software companies, the culture isn't setup right for people to learn from mistakes they make.
Because building software requires so much communication, it's natural for things to get lost in translation.
But we can treat mistakes as an opportunity to blame someone, or a chance to encourage them to learn.
And this also reflects back on us, reminding others we can use encouragement too when we make mistakes.
I hope this video protects you from a mindset that can creep in over our career:
That people should be held to the same expectations of reliability as a computer!
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