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Sep 17th, 2018
Hasty Treat - Feedback and Criticism👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about feedback and criticism in the web industry.
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4:00 - Getting Feedback
- Don't assume malice - tone is easily lost in digital communication
- Don't take it personally
- Evaluate the feedback through the eyes of who it's coming from
- Look for the truth in the feedback
- Be open to feedback
15:15 - Giving Feedback
- Don't be negative - phrase your feedback in positives
- Don’t give unrequested feedback
- Explain the why behind your feedback
- Don’t be rude or an asshole
- Use Tools and Standards for Code Quality
- Give an opportunity to improve
- Explain the "why" behind the feedback
- Sandwich criticism with something positive
- When things are heated, try to diffuse the situation
- Give frequent positive feedback
- Tweet from Dan Blundell
- Tweet from Dan vs Code
- Manager Tools’ Feedback Model
- Elon Musk on The Joe Rogan Experience