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I hesitated for most of my career to begin speaking at conferences, conventions, and meetups. The primary reason was centered around my belief that I still needed to learn more. Operating with a continuous pursuit of improvement lead me to the feeling that I’m a work in progress and therefore not yet ready.
In my last post, I talked about one of the 3 Common Software Design and Development Mistakes That Cause Teams to Fail, which is also the title of my e-book.
Another very common experience is being afraid to make a code change because you don’t know what you’ll break in the process. Any change to the software runs the risk of producing bugs that go undetected until found in production.