I value my free time and try not to work from home on weekends as one of my colleagues.
Recently I got into following situation:
Friday evening (after working hours) QA hit me up on Slack about a small bug in the feature that I've worked on. Before I had time to answer, my colleague replied that he 'will look into it' because it was the only thing that blocked us from shipping next release. Few minutes later I've promised to fix it, reminding everybody that we will not ship next release until Monday. He agreed that it would be better if I will look into it instead.
Saturday afternoon I've fixed the bug and was checking if everything worked as intended and soon after that I got message from the same colleague in the Slack leaving me completely speechless:
I've fixed it
I remember that this kind of thing already happened in the past: me (clueless about my colleague intentions) and this exact colleague are working on the same problem in parallel.
So, the question is:
Should I talk to my colleague and ask him not to do that? At least ask him to notify me about his intentions. Or should I swallow my pride and not to take this personal?