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Time pressure makes most of the business world tick. How must developers just get past it?This explains why I can't find good developers.. these issues are standard things you get past. If you can't you shouldn't be a developer!
ROFL at the 1st few .. like most of these issues are self inflicted by the developer him/herself. The only one I see valid is the peers suck.
https://mybroadband.co.za/vb/showthread.php/883352-What-makes-programmers-unhappyRun these same questions as a poll on MyBroadband. I will appreciate to see how our market respond.
I wasn't trying to imply that it should be a constant cause of unhappiness. In general, a programmer shouldn't be unhappy unless they really hate their situation. But when unhappiness is being caused, I would guess that it's usually due to time pressure.I don't mind time pressure at all (well, at least when it's not due to someone f#^%ing up). I find this to be among the best times, when things get done and a good team works best together.
Time management. I'm not saying this is not something which one needs to fret about but not expecting time pressure to be an issue is unrealistic IT. If you logging time in your organization, even rudimentary tracking of project time.. it indicates that time is a cost. The only time I've seen time not being a factor for a development project was late 1990s and then those firms are no more.Time pressure makes most of the business world tick. How must developers just get past it?