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jelleken
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I fucking hate my boss so much

He looks down on me like I’m some idiot who doesn’t know his shit.
The other day he was trying to explain OAuth2.0 to me in the most dumbed down way ever, even after telling him I do already know how OAuth 2.0 works. He just said “oh well just making sure” and continued explaining it to me the exact same way. Felt shitty having something explained to you which you already know in such a way in front of all of your coworkers

Whenever I give my thoughts on something he answers with an argument that’s essentially true but pretty stupid:

B: “We don’t need to bundle our JS files” (see my other rant)
M: “Our load time is around 15 seconds though and it takes forever to update our script tags”
B: “Yes but it’s only 15 seconds once and the tags are already there so it’s fine”

How do you reply to something like that??

On top of that, his code is absolutely awful, always looks hacked together, lacks documentation and i don’t think he has written a unit test in his life

I don’t even like frontend, was told I would mostly do backend and it seems like all I’m doing recently is write fucking javascript because even if I wanted to write backend code, it’s nearly impossible to write clean code in this pile of horseshit codebase

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  • 4
    you

    and everyone else

    is always going to get treated like a fresh dog shit

    as long as you work for somebody else

    and not for yourself

    never forget this.

    always remember this.

    scar this.
  • 3
    Please tell me that 15 seconds isn't ever actually from client-side...
  • 2
    @Charon92 yeah from client side but it has tags so
  • 2
    In my experience bosses are usually very stupid. Only the dumbest people seem to rise in the ranks in most companies. Likely because the people at the top are also idiots and promote their own kind.

    This is why I have no faith in corporatism.

    Also 100% what SukMikeHok said.
  • 1
    @SukMikeHok if you work for yourself

    And everyone else should do the same

    Then either everyone works alone

    Or someone will still be exploited

    Only if everyone works for no one, nobody is exploited
  • 1
    @david-hil what he means by work for yourself is that you work for no one.

    This is the model of the future. The company model is outdated and a waste of resources. Individuals can band together on projects and share the profits of their work amongst themselves, without it being syphoned off by some executive who does nothing but control the flow of money.
  • 1
    @Charon92 When you try to load the app without anything being cached it takes around 15 seconds as a client yes 😊😊😊
  • 1
    @devios1 +1, Teams are much more efficient and cheaper to operate. Bosses are like high level employees, robots, algorithms and programs are replacing the low level ones and soon the high level employees (your boss) will also be replaced by a program. At least for a lot of organizations
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