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Henry Wong wrote:
I think you missed the point. Its not about the measure of success for an individual. It is not about faster, smarter, or even better.

You could read my explanation above, and I didn't mean success of an individual. I think you misunderstood.

Henry Wong wrote:
Its about teamwork. If you can't work with a team (software or rowing), you shouldn't be part of the team.

I don't like this attitude about teamwork, if somebody has difficulty in working with a team, the team should help him, not just get him out of the team. It's a direct responsibility of the team leader to solve this problem, but everyone in the team should help each other as well.
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