I haven't had this problem often, but when it does it's really infuriating. The worst case was a hardware engineer working with me on a custom modification for a customer. He refused to help me debug the driver for his hardware, essentially pointing at his logic analyzer saying "there it is; it works". Bastard.
Honestly, sometimes our job is crazy as hell... If you lack a good sense of humor, you can't stand that
What I need in the team is someone who is not scared from a development environment. Someone who can use it with keyboard shortcuts and no mouse-traveller right-clicking a piece of code and choosing "copy".
Navigating with Ctrl+Cursor keys, switching tabs, closing tabs, formating code.. all that does not require a mouse.
At work I use a steelseries gaming keyboard with dozens of macros and snippets stored.
I want someone as crazy as me , who has the "geek++" factor
He/she must have respect for what he is doing, take the responsibility and the most most most important thing is:
If something goes wrong, and the first question is "who has done this"? Then he/she is out.
The first question HAS TO BE "Ok, how and how fast can we repair it?"
When everything is up and running again, we have plenty time to find someone to point our finger at.
In a good working team, this is never necessary. We find what was wrong and go in a discussion (or some advices/training sessions) of how to avoid that in the future.
Finger-pointing-teams are nothing I want to work with (hard to call such groups even a "team" tbh).
No - he likes big boobies. As a matter of fact, so do I.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- When you pry the gun from my cold dead hands, be careful - the barrel will be very hot. - JSOP, 2013