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Know When To STOP Learning And Just Write The Code!

jaymeedwards profile image Jayme Edwards πŸƒπŸ’» ・Updated on ・1 min read

Software development draws many of us in with endless opportunities to learn, but is it right for every project?

Early in my career I wanted to know everything possible about the software companies I worked for.

But a couple of years in software consulting taught me I could actually be a better developer by learning to ignore information sometimes.

In this video, I share a story of a project I was on where the relationship was in trouble between my agency and a client.

Fixing the relationship was the most important thing to do.

The relationship was repaired quickly - but only through ignoring some things about the software!

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Christian Vasquez

Thanks for sharing this, Jayme!

I found this video really helpful as I'm currently working on a big project and during my first 2 weeks I was overwhelmed and stressed out because of that feeling of not knowing everything.

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Jayme Edwards πŸƒπŸ’» Author

So glad to hear it helps!

Thanks for your feedback. πŸ‘Œ