'Good morning!' Today you will start working on a new component replacing multiple old components that are currently being used on the webshop. You are stoked to get started after having extensive talks with other developers, UX designers and stakeholders to get all the requirements clear. You understand the importance of it, but your hands are itching to finally write some code. A developer from a different team is going to help you with the development of the new component. While helping, she wants to learn the tricks of the trade about component development.
Later in the day you get some questions from different people about what components to use. As it's good to stretch your legs from time to time, you decide to walk around and pay them a visit. You were able to help them on the spot so they can continue their work.
Towards the end of the day, you pitched an idea to your team member to improve the maintainability of components. As the conversation progresses, you haven't been able to convince him it's a good idea. Maybe a proof of concept will do the trick. You won't give up that easily.