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I've found a job as a junior developer several months ago, but I really want to find another job...

I know, my knowledge and skills aren't superior yet, but I am tired of that feeling of being useless.. I constantly self-educate myself after work and university, but still, I often need to ask co-workers "where's this form?", "wtf is that", "how do I access this"... Plus, their projects are HUGE, but no matter how big the project is, there are 2 to 4 people working on each at a time. And 1 person may work on 2-3 projects. And we are usually late for deadlines :/

Also code quality is meh..
Me: Why do we implement it here?
Co-worker: oh, we don't actually use it, it's just to hide warnings and pass the test.

Holy shit, wtf, I've spent half day trying to figure out wtf is this and why is it not working :/

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  • 4
    I'm guessing that it's a bigger company...sorry to tell you but that's the trend.
  • 2
    @kgbemployee eh :/
    Maybe I just need to start my career in a smaller company or in another department
  • 2
    @arturnmk i used to work in a smaller company and I have to say people were nicer, priorities clearer, decissions were better.
    I'm not saying you absolutely have to start at a smaller company, I'm just saying that, in my case at least, it wasn't that bad.
    Word of caution though, there is the risk of chosing a "too small" company, and they tend to cut more corners than the bigger ones.
  • 0
    you just described my last two years of life....
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