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What's better: Coding solo or as part of a team?

Survey period: 17 Mar 2014 to 24 Mar 2014

A team means you have to fix someone else's bugs. Coding solo means you have to write all the bugs yourself.

OptionVotes% 
I prefer Solo always44120.65441 votes, 20.65%
Solo for small projects, a team for big projects83038.86830 votes, 38.86%
Solo for big projects, a team for smaller projects80.378 votes, 0.37%
I prefer working in a Team always23511.00235 votes, 11.00%
I have no preference914.2691 votes, 4.26%
It depends on the team, the project, the weather, my mood...53124.86531 votes, 24.86%



 
AnswerSolo PinprofessionalAmir Mohammad Nasrollahi20-Mar-14 9:25 
GeneralSolo for small; team for big projects Pinmemberpawarprashnat19-Mar-14 23:37 
GeneralI like working with others. But I hate working in team. PinprofessionalNicolas Dorier19-Mar-14 12:15 
GeneralRe: I like working with others. But I hate working in team. PinmemberNelek19-Mar-14 23:56 
GeneralCoding < developing PinprofessionalDuncan Edwards Jones19-Mar-14 0:50 
GeneralAgree, its all about the "interfaces" no matter how we interpret this :-) Pinmemberpasztorpisti19-Mar-14 10:41 
GeneralRe: Agree, its all about the "interfaces" no matter how we interpret this :-) PinprofessionalDuncan Edwards Jones19-Mar-14 10:57 
GeneralLuke PinprofessionalBassam Abdul-Baki18-Mar-14 8:49 
GeneralRe: Luke PinprofessionalJohnny J.20-Mar-14 5:36 
GeneralThe team is not the problem; the clique attitude is... PinmemberGrav-Vt18-Mar-14 8:19 

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