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Some people really just have to assert their dominance in an organization. "WHY HAS THOU NOT INFORMED ME OF CHANGES HERE SO I COULD LAY DOWN MY JUDGEMENT ON THY CODE AND TELL THAT IT'S WRONG!". Fucking pay attention you cunt. I'm not gonna call you specifically when I do changes just so you can feel better to have some type of imaginary control of everything.
So it's been awhile since I switched from PHP to Golang.
At first I missed PHP a lot, but golang really has some advantages, so its fine.
But over time, and when the project grows in features, I more and more and more start to miss more and more at least basic classes / inheritance and abstraction friendly stuff from php.
Im finally reaching the point where I start to truly miss php, I can't stop myself after writing a feature to think how much less work that would be in php.
Call me crazy, but damn, it's real.8
I work in a multinational ..time stamps everywhere without fucking Timezones..fucking Jira shit why is there no TZ on this shit…utter cunts who configured it or the software itself4
I hate people editing slack messages.
Here it goes...
1. I receive a slack message (notification sound while working)
After 5 mins of finishing my work...
2. I open slack to look at the message
3. The message says just a hyphen with an edited sign. Why tf you have to edit the message when you can delete it? Or better, don't send it in the first place.
Why people? Why?2
I finally get Agile!: Go Live, whatever happens - happens, fix and repeat. See…I kept getting hung up on delivering something that that actually worked.2