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You need a new place to work at. Don't waste your time in your current company ...
sejbr455y@gitpush I was thinking about it. But not counting the management, the development team is great and a lot of fun to work and just hangout with. Most of the people here work only because of the atmosphere. Even sacrificing their wage to do so, since its a lot lower than at other workplaces with similar responsibilities.
noyb3905yI second what gitpush said mate. Oh and never take a hit on your wage. You loose time and money by doing this. Also a good wage is a good motivation during crunch times and similar hazards in the field. My experience so far is that changing workplaces is good. I could explain my reasoning without being a jerk in interviews as to If a company lacks a future for me I need to address the problems. As I would do with an engineering problem as well...
Fantastic first rant! Welcome!
Lukaszpg455yThe faster you'll leave not-that-great job, the better for your career.
I am currently looking for a different job, because my current one does not suffice me anymore. The pay was always under the average and technical debt was high when I came here two years ago (and now is even greater). But I stayed here way too long because of the people and I feel that I need to learn way too much to switch to another one. Don't make the same mistake.
dagomankle25ySounds like the perfect storm!
SQL in view...
Yes leave it 🙂 pls.....