I was hired as a wpf dev for a large scale project and I was told that the backend is perfectly complete and that I am able to work right away, then after I started working, I noticed that every request I sent was returning a 500 internal error, I thought it was a problem on my end, but later I found out that they didn't even implement the api yet, it was just a "reference" for devs, which basically means that I should work and give them a perfectly functional app without testing anything at all.

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    I was in a similar situation so I mocked all the API calls just so I could work instead of waiting. The project eventually failed and they said my tech skills were not good enough. Maybe you should tell them the non working API is an impediment and put it back on them. I found trying to work around it allowed them to avoid the real problem.
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