Is There Really Nothing We Can Do?

“I’ll wait for the code to get pushed to the Staging server before I continue testing because the data there is a lot more stable.”

“It’d be a waste of time trying to teach people how to program when it feels like they don’t have the motivation for it.”

“There’s a high chance things will break after a code merge with the production branch. It’s been that way ever since. We’ll just have to fix those that we can until the release.”

“I wish there was an easy way to spin up a version of our apps in a local environment. That should help us test things faster.”

Some problems become the status quo. It’s worth revisiting them, asking ourselves whether there’s really nothing we can do about it or we’ve just become comfortable with complaining.

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