Why you should not have effective development practices

  • Work never stops coming to you everyday, forces visibility into everyday’s work.
  • Deployment to production is too easy and predictable, no chance of heroism.
  • No one person holds the information, every one knows every thing; no one is indispensable.
  • Complexities are sorted out earlier, it is difficult to get into a messy situation and raise like phoenix from the ashes.
  • Creates self managed teams, making the lead positions redundant unless hands on.
  • Makes you assess, try and embrace new technologies; prevents you from becoming an expert in Z platform.

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