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== S: Self-assessment ==
 
== S: Self-assessment ==
* I think criticism can be extremely useful because it can guide you and help you learn how to do better next time.
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* Please describe how useful criticism looks from your point of view as committing student.
* I think I am quite autonomous if I understand the problem that I am suppose to solve. When I do not, or there are unexpected problems I cannot solve for a period of time I usually ask for help.
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* How autonomous are you when developing? ''If you answer both subquestions with "Yes, definitely", we are a tad confused. ;-)''
** Definitely
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** Do you like to discuss changes intensively and not start coding until you know what you want to do?
** Not really, but I would like to change that attitude, because I noticed that much of development work is failing to achieve what you set out for and learning from it.
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** Do you like to code a proof of concept to 'see how it turns out', modifying that and taking the risk of having work thrown away if it doesn't match what the project or original proponent had in mind?
  
 
== Y: Your task ==
 
== Y: Your task ==

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