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- Drew Brown
- Reviews all work before submitting it to the team to ensure it is of top quality. Encourages team to check work for errors. Turns in acceptable, but not outstanding, work. Relies upon an excellent knowledge base that greatly assists in solving the team's problems. Figures out how to do the math for assigned problems. Sets goals and checkpoints to help the team. Identifies weaknesses in the team's developments. Asks everyone to contribute ideas so everyone's voice is heard during team meetings. Actively listens to others' opinions and ideas of how things should be done.
- Jamie Hill
- Applies previously gained programming knowledge to complete tasks. Accomplishes tasks quickly by using extensive knowledge base. Encourages the team to do better than it normally would. Talks about the need to get good grades by turning in quality work. Keeps track of deadlines and holds team members to those deadlines to ensure the project is completed in the time allotted. Adds input to the team assignments. Generates ideas that help the team. Shares ideas openly with fellow team members. Stubbornly disagrees with the team's decisions if not aligned with own ideas.
- Robin Lee
- Provides irrelevant information that further confuses the team when the team is attempting to overcome a problem. Helps the team think of issues that have been overlooked. Applies previously gained programming knowledge to complete tasks. Does not try to learn the skills needed to complete the task. Identifies solutions for issues that no one else is able to address. Turns in acceptable, but not outstanding, work. Encourages team to check work for errors. Questions things to ensure that processes are the best they can be. Respects other team members' opinions. Often argues with other teammates.
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