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KasperNS201417dYou mean like a degree?
platypus459317dIf we refused to maintain these stinking piles of shite then maybe companies would eventually stop procuring them.
We were once like that too. Sounds like that's how it's meant to be. 😂😂
We learn to code by messing up codes. 😁
C0D44268216d*uneducated dev walks into the room* so... this looks fun.
Degrees don't fix "shit code" or even prevent it from happening, a degree only proves you can remember something.
Discipline and the willing to learn and adapt to methodologies and standards fix shit code.
Also, your company made the typical mistake of going cheap and quick to develop something, and are now paying to fix their fuckup.
i heard there is a guild/union in Canada, and you can’t work in the field if you don’t abode/join it.
could be a solution if it get critical mass worldwide.
Bad developers have all levels of experience. What matters is the availability of review and willingness to listen.
mundo03503916dWhat makes you think a licence will stop this?
rutee071813416dThe thing is it's usually the crappy ones who are good at attaining these things to compensate for their lack of skills. It's easy to pass tests - you can cheat, memorize, bribe, etc.
I know plenty of people who have Masters, PhDs, licenses, etc. who are still dumb and lazy inconsiderate fucks.
react-guy77116dThe problem is not bad code. It'bad management.
Bad craft exists in every industry. If you buy shitty stuff, you get shitty quality.
It's the role of the CTO and management to be aware of that and deal with it.
It's delusional to think that bad devs and bad code can be erased.
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