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I say if they're gonna be assholes, let them deal with their own shit. You're busy, only do it if you have to. Otherwise I'd help em out
arekxv9074dBy the way you spoke about them they do not look like the kind who deserve your help that way. Just know that if it was them, they would gladly throw you on the bus and not think twice about it, so just leave. If they need you they will call and then you can charge them a really nice hourly rate.
repport this issue vaguely in an obscure comment, ever better would be in email.
print it out and keep it.
if they ever sue you for sabotaging the site you have a CYA in place to say "i reported the issue and fix. their wasn’t enough time for me to do anything else"
Especially what @rendevous said... notify them but just carry on with the documentation. Leave as fast as you can with your money and let those self righteous cunts deal with it.
Assholes need assholes.
To be honest, the phrase "propping up these assholes for a decade" doesn't reflect well on you.
You're one person. All people are replaceable. The company isn't going to go down if you leave. My friendly dev advice is get your head out your ass.
During your notice period you should conduct yourself as per normal, and document as much as you can for the rest of the team, and for those who will come after you.
You should leave an employer with the attitude that you'll be coming back one day. Do you want to be known as that helpful person who gave their all until the last minute and is welcome back anytime? Or do you want to be that jerk who had a sour demeanor and left a bunch of garbage fires in their wake and wouldn't even be welcome back in the door?
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