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youprat
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What dev crimes have you committed?

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  • 5
    I forgot to comment my code..😜
  • 4
    git push origin master is probably the biggest one.. When the project gets built and deployed everytime something gets pushed to master.
  • 12
    No unit testing or documentation.
  • 4
    Committing a bunch of changes just before leaving for the day.
  • 2
    I ended up updating two rows of table with the same data because I forgot to use the primary key in the 'where' clause. So I lost the customer's phone number. Then I had to go look for it in logs and update it back. 😝😝😝
  • 1
    @jirehstudios guilty as well. Sometimes you just need to "let go and let God" lol
  • 7
    I sometimes don't refactor my code for reusability. 😄
  • 0
    One, two, three, four, fiiifth. #chapelleshow
  • 3
    well you can see it in my git repo... xd
  • 4
    Not implementing accessibility features, or half-implementing without testing.

    It's now built in to my workflow but it took some time to get here.
  • 3
    a crime's a crime only if you get caught
  • 2
  • 2
    git push --force
  • 1
    I used eval, and strcpy a few years ago
  • 1
    I've done plenty of hacking which is borderline illegal... Best not to go into details.
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