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Ask HN: How should a developer deal with problems that other developers have? - elliottcarlson
I'm in the process of writing up a new idea for a side project and I'm curious about the best way to deal with "someone else's code" - say, a blog, or forum, or e-commerce platform.I'm not too concerned with the "social contract" of the projects I'm working on, as they are just tools for me. I'll probably just make them "as good as I can make them", and release them as they're completed.In the case of a regular website or platform though, I'm curious what others would do in similar situations.
I think it depends on what kind of problems you are afraid of, and what your
relationship is with the other person. If you're a coworker, you probably
should ask for help. If you're a good friend, it's perfectly fine to do some
If you're both inexperienced, go with caution.
If you're not sure how to ask for help in the future, search for "Euler's
exercise" or something similar.
It's not really a problem, it's part of being a professional. Write your
documentation in your own words, explain your thoughts, and don't necessarily
accept others' as gospel.
In my opinion, you shouldn't have a problem at all. You just have to understand
the problem domain and know how to deal with it. If you can't do that, you
should probably either delegate it to someone else or take some remedial
courses in the relevant area.
Ask them what they're looking for in the code and get it done.
If they've already coded most of it and you do some work on the blog, that's