Few IT organizations have an all-star lineup of people who can churn out software code. But can you survive with mere mortals? Yes, says the author of this article
Let’s face it: You probably don’t have a dream all-start team of software developers in your organization. Some are good, many are capable. But as this article points out, you don’t necessarily need the best money can buy.
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This story has some solid advice IT managers should pay attention to, particularly one they probably don’t think about: A junior developer might do a better job in some cases than a more senior staffer who’s done the same coding so often a mistake is missed. The author also suggests a junior staffer on a team might encourage more senior people to make the solution simpler.
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