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As a Courtesy for the Next Teammate

I have recently returned from a trip abroad, and, during the flight, I came across the following notice:

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I saw this and thought about working in a team. Think of all the people on the airplane as a large group, there is a subgroup whose role, among others, is to make sure the restrooms are tidy and clean. We know them as flight-attendants or stewards. In order to ensure that everyone gets a good experience, they would need to enter the restrooms after each time it is used, and clean after the travellers.

Compared to a software development team, this would mean someone, say testers, would need to refactor and clean the code each time it is being committed, to ensure that the code is in a good-enough state for the next programmer to visit the code. Read more…

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