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Not just engineering Developers sometimes get too engrossed in polishing up their technical abilities. They forget that code is only part of software development; there are others like managing expectations, and establishing trust with stakeholders. The following advice speaks to the non-technical half of the process, and is particularly relevant for junior and mid-level software engineers. Take initiative Mentorship can be great, but it’s not always available. Senior engineers are typically too swamped to give new developers the guidance they may (rightfully) expect.