Let’s Talk About Trust

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👋 Hi there! This article is a response to some comments and critiques on a previous article — I’m Changing How I Review Code. These comments and critiques raised some great questions that I’ve spent some time thinking about. I hope I’ve put together a reasonable and seasoned response and one that inspires software teams to think and work together! Let’s dive in.

Jesus follower | husband | IJM advocate | software engineer. I share tips and tools for building software as a team!

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Jesus follower | husband | IJM advocate | software engineer. I share tips and tools for building software as a team!

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