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ODXT
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Fuck! This is why I can't diet.

I can't get shit done, because I keep getting more things to fix. And I'm not talking everyday fixes, this is just plain retarded.

The asshole that my client hired thinks he's a dev. Takes projects that are working and makes small changes. Simply for him to say "I took this project and updated it for our needs."

Then when that shit eventually starts failing, I'm expected to fix it. It's not even that it takes me a long time to fix it. It's just that I'm looking at this thinking "Why are you not working?" Only to later find that, of course, it's been modified. By. Mr. Fucking. Dumbass.

Fuck!

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  • 7
    I have two questions?

    1.- When you have to fix whatever mess he made, does that translate into money to you right?

    2.- What the hell does the dieting have to do with any of this?
  • 2
    @antorqs
    1) I get paid by my boss. So no matter the workload I get my check. The company gets paid more for my efforts though.

    2) Well between: beeing too angry to just eat plain food, Need more energy so end up drinking something other than water, and "I need something positive today damnit!" Attitude.

    PS not fat, just trying to eat better.
  • 2
    @ODXT Oh I get it now. Shitty scenario tbh
  • 1
    Do you use version control? If yes, why not try to look to the commits?
  • 1
    @Brosyl
    We use version control. But nothing is supposed to be changed in Production just because. So I usually thought it was a DB/server error.

    Also, client won't understand or care about the process we use. Just the results.
  • 2
    @ODXT Changing production code for no reason? Sounds like a good idea (ง ื▿ ื)ว
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