I'm a dev team lead at work. I enjoy collaborating with other software developers, and love the energy you can get bouncing ideas off of another person.
But when the professor says you're doing a "team project" my heart dies a little bit. A team you're going to work with for a semester ≠ a real software team. When a prof says "you have to work in teams because that's how you'll work in industry" I know they've never worked in industry.
Hey there! The frogmob life is a simple, calm life. Frogs don't waste energy on anger and fighting. Or something. I like those two words together and my very first ever website was called frogmob.com, so I resurrected that here in the fediverse. Expect this text to change. We are interested in low-stress, happy and open discussions of life, faith, the universe, and Doctor Who.