Most engineers I know are afraid of trying something new. A new programming language, a new database engine, and a new methodology. So they procrastinate.

They resist moving forward with that new daunting task that will push them to acquire new knowledge.

A few engineers will feel stuck if they keep doing the same, so they jump between each new shining technology and can’t stick with one for enough time to master it.

The sweet spot is always a moving target: always learn something new and build something simple to gain trust. Repeat the process.

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Leo Celis