Published: December 04, 2018 • 2 min read
Last week, I published a Hashrocket blog post for junior developers, addressing a question I’ve been asked a few times. It’s called ‘Avoiding Code Catastrophes’, and you can read it here.
My argument is that the type of career-ending disasters new programmers often fear don’t happen on an effective engineering team. When they do happen, it’s the process that has failed, not the junior developer.
What are your thoughts on this? Let me know!
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