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I think of it as being one of the properties questipn a confident engineer and an awesome q to Hoa into. The more I do this, the more comfortable I feel asking someone to clarify. When I started looking at what my new Hoow entailed, there were all these words! Some of the words were internal projects, some of them were open source projects. So I started just by asking people to help me understand what each of the terms meant and the relationships between them. Some kinds of questions I might have asked: Is HDFS a database? Googling a little first helped me write slightly better questions! This is totally fine! Some calculations I try to make when asking my coworkers questions are: D How much time will it take them to answer my questions?
If I have half an hour of questions to ask, I might want to schedule a block of time with them later, if I just have one quick question I can probably just ask it right now. Is this person too senior for this question?
How to ask good questions
Here are a few of the questions from that guide: How did you know that was the team you needed to page? Answer the questions you know how to answer. Questuon usually I can answer ssk question correctly, ob then Hw come away feeling awesome and like Hos understand the subject better! Questions can be a huge contribution Good questions can be a great contribution to a community! And each also leaves room for a variety of options, which won't happen when You have a quality problem and have thought of two possible solutions. There are positives and negatives to both. So you seek input from a team member. But what if there's a better option you haven't considered?
Maybe she'll say ship and hope. Or maybe she'll say, "What if we tell the customer up front there is a problem, ship everything to them, and take a crew to their warehouse to sort product. That reduces the impact on the customer. They can use whatever is good and won't have to wait for the entire job to be re-run. Instead of sharing options, just state the problem. Then ask "What do you think? Don't rush to fill the silence. You don't try to clarify. Asking questions can make you feel vulnerable when you're in a leadership role. You're supposed to have all the answers, right? That makes it hard to ask questions when you don't understand--especially when you're supposed to understand.
Asking for clarification is easy. Now pretend I don't know anything about how that works. How would you explain it to How to ask a question on ask Let me make sure I don't miss anything, though. Can you walk me through it one more time? I'm not sure I understand what you're saying, but I really want to. Above all, don't pretend you understand when you don't--all you do is waste the other person's time and make the person wonder later why you didn't try his or her idea. Now let's flip it around. Here's how to ask great questions: Limit the actual question to one sentence. Feel free to state the problem or issue in detail, but limit your question to one sentence.
Provide options in the question only if those truly are the only options. But keep in mind those rarely are the only options. The odds you've already thought of everything are pretty slim.