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There are some folks who seem obsessed with the details of whatever they are doing and others that really don't even see that level of detail. It can be a personallity trait. Those who see only the details are not generally good at being in charge of a bunch of others, and those who are good leaders are frequently poor at details. It's important for people to work in areas where there personalities fit what they do.


In reply to Re: Seven habits of highly careful coders by Theo
in thread Seven habits of highly careful coders by mandog

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