These “high performers” leave behind them a trail of coworkers disgruntled by having to maintain…
Carlos Rodrigues
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Wow, this is bang on. I’ve managed a bit and also pretty sure I’ve been categorized as that “high performer” knowing full well that it’s not quality but speed with technical debt in return. And in the managerial role I’ve seen the reverse, the developer that outputs great code but at a speed that is not satisfactory for the project, which gives non-technical folk the impression they are an “under performer”.

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