Can you include a complete example that shows imports?
I don’t think I’ve been able to do this effectively yet. I have talked to devs who spend a lot of extra time on work because they’re so into it, but they usually want to focus on the work because that’s what they know and that’s what they think is important. When it comes to channeling developer energy for good use, I need help.
Unfortunately I have worked with developers who had to be removed from projects. Part of development management is being able to put people in the right spot, and we don’t always do this correctly. I don’t think that any developer I have had to let go was untalented or could not make important contributions to the field. I simply regret not being able to do more for them.
There have been some personal issues not related to development with some of the people I have worked with that have been negative. This is bound to happen, but from a professional sense I have been very lucky to say I haven’t had a purely negative experience.
This is difficult for me, since I think my personality and inflections lend to a critical tone where one is not intended.
To anyone whose code I review who is reading this, I think all code reviews are discussions where all parties are seeking to optimize the code. They are not competitions, and I’m not putting down anything you’ve done.
I personally feel that I have not been effective in doing this. There are not a lot of opportunities for competition in projects, and I’ve been lax in creating competitions from a community perspective. I’d really like to implement this more in my career. I’d also like to recognize and elevate everyone’s accomplishments, but I need to be more…
I originally was going to write this inclusively as “they who ask are fools for five minutes,” but I found this to be less clear and less poetic in English. I also thought of using “she,” but I thought it not right to do so. This quote applies to anyone who does not consider themselves a “he,” as well. Later, I quote Alexander Pope using the term “man,” ostensibly exactly.