Asked • 03/18/19

How to communicate two elements of different general syntactic/semantic type in the same sentence?

I have the following sentence, > NAME is a community that helps each other code better by rating each> other's efforts and helps managers pair with other fellow developersI was suggested by the community that the sentence is stylistically poor because the two elements in the sentence are of different syntactic/semantic type.Hence, I have tried to break up the sentence by producing > NAME is a community that helps its members code better by rating each> other's efforts. It also helps managers pair with other fellow> developersThe issue is that I feel there is something odd there, from a writing perspective. It is intended to be a subheading, so I am trying to keep it concise.

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