Saturday, September 29, 2007

Disdain Mediocrity

Ben Rady writes:

I do know some traits that good software developers all seem to share. One of them is a healthy disdain for mediocrity.

Good developers cannot stand sloppiness (in software, anyway). Apathy, haste, and carelessness send shivers down their spines. They may disagree on the best way to do things, but they all agree that things should be done the best way. And they’re constantly looking and learning to find exactly what the best way is. They realize that seeking it is an ever-changing, lifelong quest.

I couldn't agree more...