Things I Learnt The Hard Way - ... Unless That Code Style Is The Google Code Style

0 minute read Published: 2019-07-25

An "hero project" is a project/spec change that you personally think will solve a group of problems in your project. It could be a different architecture, a new framework or even a new language.

Hero projects happen mostly when a single developer wants to prove something without the support of the company or even the time they are in.

On those projects, developers will spend their free time to write a proof-of-concept, just to prove a point.

And, sometimes, it just proves that they are were wrong.

(Although that last point sounds a bit sad, if you have to do an hero project, you'll still learn something new and, maybe, even add a new bullet point to your CV.)

Just to be clear: Sometimes an hero project will fail because the answer is obvious. Don't let that make you feel down.

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