Here is my favorite tip above all:
There is nothing worse than developers deceiving themselves that it's just a syndrome when they're actually not good.
If they ain't be able to create apps, they should start learning.
If they can't build simple products, they should be getting used to starting their own products.
There is nothing wrong with admitting weak points and working on them.
Why are you using "he" here?
Agreed, should be he/she/they :)
Hmmm I don't get your point... but, that's what we were taught at school, to use "he" when referring to an unknown third person.
Is there a better way to refer to an unknown person?
You can say "they" :)
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I just looked that up and understood that it's related to gender inclusive lang issues...
Sorry for not being aware of those (before), and thanks for letting me know.
Thank you! :D
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