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Sep 24th, 2018
Hasty Treat - Positivity and Web Development👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about positivity in the web industry - how it can affect you, your work, and the people around you.
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The tech industry is always on the cutting edge and we’re starting to see a shift in how we deal with positivity and negativity.
3:18 - The effects of negativity and how the web industry is improving
- Mental health awareness is very real
- Stack overflow sees that it needs to change
- Linus Torvalds' apology
- Negativity is a disease, and it spreads
- Positivity is a force as well
- You can be constructive while still being nice
- Dan Abramov, Addy Osmani, Sarah Drasner are all amazing examples of people pushing the web forward while having a smile on their face
11:50 - Healthy ways to approach disagreements
- Never assume malice
- Kill them with kindness
- Take note of the people you admire and how they deal with aggressiveness
17:08 - The power of positivity
- Inspire the change you want to see
- It's good for your productivity - it makes you feel good