How to increase my sense for code quality during sprint (and in general)?
Once I finished a ticket , I'm eager to push it. I'll make small improvements here and there but the code is as it is. In a lot if cases though I get lots of improvement suggestions during code review (actually it's about two or three - but I feel it's two or three too many). And most of them I know myself and could have implemented like this if I had taken more time to consider my code.
It happened multiple times already. But it's like my mind shuts down and is this thinking about the next task already and forgetting everything about the current ticket once I created working ( but not optimal) code.
Why am I doing it and how can I help myself getting rid of the urge to push as fast as possible? I guess it's a psychological issue