Not many of the developers I know are 100% happy with the technology they use in their workplace. Some developers see the world around them adapting new tools, and they are stuck with the old versions. Other folks wish they were using entirely different languages, tools, and so on. I would not mind seeing a change in my environment's backend systems; TFS is way too heavy for our needs, and I am really enjoying my time with Mercurial on personal projects.
I know a lot of developers who feel like their processes need a major revision. If you could change one aspect of how you do your development, what would it be?
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Justin James is an OutSystems MVP, architect, and developer with expertise in SaaS applications and enterprise applications.