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Discussion on: Trying to Be a Good Friend to Myself as a Junior Developer

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Scott Simontis

It took me a while that just because no one said anything when I accomplished tasks didn't mean that they disapproved of me or were unsatisfied with my work. They had faith in me to figure it out and deliver on time and it wasn't a surprise to them that I did so.

Don't be afraid to ask your supervisor for more feedback in your next 1 on 1. The more you can teach your supervisor about what works best to motivate you and keep you happy, the more effective they can be.