I would say that in most companies, good communication is more important than writing good code. As long as your code does what it needs to do and is maintenable you've done a great job writing the code.
The key there is writing code that does what it needs to do. You can only figure that out with good communication. Even if you write the cleanest, most beautiful code in the world if it doesn't do what it is supposed to do then it's all for naught.
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