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devTea20238228dTime to pack up and leave
hack2884228dWHAT THE FUCK. Maan this could be worst project structure ever created.
exelix1311228dI guessed from those "ppf", "bah" and "beh" that you're Italian as well.
Never heard them from an English speaking person :P
And good luck with that hellish mess.
bioDan4430228dThat's what you get when its a patch on a patch on a patch on a patch.
Sad it got you to the point of service time and server costs to be too high.
Probably due to bad decisions/communications/terms of previous developer(s) and bosses
There is only one solution for cases like these - start over from planning. Backup the current state. Migrate important resources and data. and most importantly - double the price.
That's the fastest way to get a stable product guaranteed as they expect.
thatsnotnice737227dthis is when someone writes a codebase, maybe good, maybe not the best, but at least it's kind of coherent.
and then after release1 you start to push the projects to a different team of external consultants every now and then without any constraints from the main architect, without knowledge sharing with the new team, without technical or functional analisys etc... i know how nightmarish can be in these cases, and how indecent we too as consultants can be as well. it's already a miracle that this pile of garbage is still working.
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