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Being a good developer means compromise. It means sometimes doing things one way for one project, and another way for another. It means balancing the needs of your stakeholders with your ideals. Sometimes they’re not always going to match up, but that doesn’t mean you should stomp the ground with your feet and have a tantrum when things don’t go your way.

The real key? Strong opinions, weakly held.

With that alone, you’ll go far.

Source: dlo.me

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