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Codex4041658271dIf you dont like your workplace then leave. Sabotaging things will impact the ones you want to get back the least and it will all come down on a random person like you. Dont be a dick, be better than them.
@Codex404 Look, I know you're right, and I'm leaving in3~4 months, but what I've been through, I see this is the only way to get back.
The way I see it they chose this path, they know about my impatient and snappy behavior and still, they chose to go that way, maybe I'm quite narrow-minded to leave the way I'm leaving and I shouldn't be doing this but there are 2 urges fighting within myself, 1. do it and 2. don't do it
HughRant37371dThis has ’disgruntled employee’ written all over it.
You need to be more professional about this as it will only sabotage for people you most likely aren’t targeting. i.e other developers.
It’s also on the ethical level of a 12yo.
HughRant37371d@nothappy well it goes like this:
If a developer is misbehaving, he/she is exposed to the possibility of being fired.
If a company is misbehaving, it exposes itself to the risk of employees leaving.
As little as you’d expect the company, from which you’ve been fired for misbehaving, to ruin the life of your sister, they shouldn’t expect you to ruin the lives of their employees after you’ve handed in you resignation.
m0j0nz0r36671dThis has "diva" written all over it.
You have a problem with how things are done? Go to the person who can do something about it, explain the problem and why is it a problem; then provide a solution for it.
Don't burn bridges.
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