Grok Personality Types

Understand the different types of personalities and how to interact with them in a professional context.

Some programmers are successful as a one-person company. The vast majority of us, however, need to play nice with others.

Much of what we’ll do in the professional world requires regularly interacting with others. The introverted programmer might rather hole up in their cube and write code instead. However, our ability to interact effectively can accelerate—or limit—the coolness of the code we get to hole up with.

These “soft skills” aren’t necessarily what programmers are known for. This lesson will focus on the high points of appreciating people’s personality traits and how they interact in professional contexts.

The golden rule of “Do to others what you would have them do to you” applies to teamwork, too.

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