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comment How do I deal with a slow and undedicated colleague in the team?
It is a complicated situation. I would simply continue to keep records and report test results. Do it enough times and his position starts to shake, he may try to bring people down with him and you will have to be very careful. But the facts are the facts irrespective of what he does or threatens to do.
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comment How do I deal with a slow and undedicated colleague in the team?
He asked you not to inform the manager in front of the manager? If he asks you personally, tell him you will do it after clearing it with the manager. Another thing - NEVER give the slightest impression that you are complaining. Always word it in a way that shows you simply stating the facts, nothing more, nothing less.
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comment How do I deal with a slow and undedicated colleague in the team?
@Pelshoff - absolutely. Even if every person is in a single room send email documenting your requests and follow ups with cc to the manager.
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answered How do I deal with a slow and undedicated colleague in the team?
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answered Do I need to deal with the situation where private methods are called through reflection?
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answered Is SQL important if I know ORM frameworks well?
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answered Google Native Client - The end of client/server side programming?
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