Giving Feedback

I often think my way is the best because it is the most obvious (to me). When I review someone else’s code, I forget that the way it is implemented is the most obvious way to the developer. We can talk about why it is different from what is obvious to me, but I should expect to often be wrong because the programmer has put more thought and effort into solving the problems. My feedback should reflect that I may be wrong because my perspective is different. Put this way, it is much easier for me to be less blunt, less definitive in my correctness.

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