Being In A Hurry Makes You Slower

  • I cut corners. I didn’t refactor things I should have and I should have tested things I didn’t. I didn’t feel like I had time to do those things — but I also didn’t always know exactly how. This leads to my next point:
  • I neglected to learn the things I needed. I felt like I couldn’t justify the time spent to learn how to do X properly, when I didn’t have very much time to do X in the first place.

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