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== S: Self-assessment ==
 
== S: Self-assessment ==
 
* Please describe how useful criticism looks from your point of view as committing student.
 
* Please describe how useful criticism looks from your point of view as committing student.
*: I think constructive criticism plays a vital role in developing a good product.  
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*: I think a criticism is something really important for any student because it is one of the important methods to receive feedback.
*: I like receiving criticism because it means that my work matters to someone and I take that as motivation to make my work better.   
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*: I really like to receive them because it means that your work matters to someone and I take that as a motivation to make my work better.   
 
* How autonomous are you when developing:
 
* How autonomous are you when developing:
*: While assessing myself I observed that I try to code first and then try to find bugs and remove the inefficiencies in my code.  
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*: While assessing myself I observed that I try to code first and then try to find bugs and remove the inefficiencies in the code.  
*: Recently I was working with Colin on this [https://github.com/cbm755/octsympy/pull/749 PR], you can see that my initial changes were very naive and incorrect, but then Colin helped me understand what else could have been done. Then I reimplemented it using the right ideology.
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*: Recently I was working with Colin on this [https://github.com/cbm755/octsympy/pull/749 PR], you can see there my initial changes were very naive and incorrect, but then Colin helped me understand what else could have been done. Then I reimplemented it using the right ideology.  
*: I think this methodology is what makes me learn more. I understand this might turn out to be a slow process, but I think this is what makes me more experienced.
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*: And I will not repeat the same mistakes again.
*: Thomas Edison said, "'' I haven't failed, I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work. ''"
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*: So, I think this methodology is what makes me learn more. I understand this might turn out to be a slow process, but I think this is what makes me more experienced.
*: With that said, I will also absolutely make sure that I take regular weekly feedback from my mentors so that I don't end up in a wrong path.
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*: Thomas Edison said: '' I haven't failed, I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work. ''
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*: With that said, '''''I will also absolutely make sure that I take regular weekly feedback from my mentors so that I don't end up in a wrong path.'''''
  
 
== Y: Your task ==
 
== Y: Your task ==

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