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Works On My Machine is their go to answer. While this is true (mostly) they usually forgot to commit the changes in their package.json (or something else that breaks the code outside their own machine...).
Their own machine. The rest of the machines are not good enough for them. 😲
What dependencies you're missing when his code doesn't work, again. 😅
Own up to their mistakes, keep calm when installing something new and do it the proper way. 😊
They know the whole stack of a company. Not because they want to work as a full-stack, but because they have a small team.
You find them mostly in start-ups and scaleups. But you can also find them in specific departments of a mid-size company.
Advice on how you can implement a piece of logic. They most probably did something similar once upon a time. Oh, and about the frontend, ask them the basics.
Delegating tasks. If they have a small team, they need to share the responsibilities, not take everything on themselves.
That person in the team, (sometimes a team lead) who's motto is: "The client is KING!". They tend to be very client-centric and say NO to whatever brings no value to the client. All else be damned, including the developer experience. 😢
This kind of developer is mostly found lurking around stakeholders and clients to obtain their wishes.
What the client wants, they now every single wish by heart.
Accepting developer experience is king in getting the client what they wish for in time and with joy! 😍
Soooo that's three again 😁
Looking forward to your input
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