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Omfg this fucking guy!!!!

Context:

We are going through a major refactor of some of our backend components. I was tasked with cleaning up our ML code while another guy was tasked with cleaning up the general CRUD side of the backend, let's call him DA for "dumb ass".

** At 11pm
DA: I am getting a strange error from your backend. Look:

"Invalid call: method=PUT expected=[POST]"

Me: you need to send a post request not a put request

DM: no, it's not that. I am sending the right thing

Me: ... Let me see...

* 15min ish of testing *

No, it works fine on my version, 1.1.0 what's your version?

DM: I'm on 1.1.0.

Me: send me code?

DM: *send

"request.put(..."

Me: you are sending a PUT... It's literally in the screenshot. Send a Post

DM: I am

Me: no, send a Post

DM: I don't understand, I am sending the request

Me: it's a post not a put

DM: but...

Me: it's a post not a put
Me: good night!!!!!!

Comments
  • 14
    What. The. Actual. Fuck?!!!
  • 4
    Jesus Christ *face palm*
  • 21
    It's a wonder anyone pays someone like that to write code that actually does things. I wouldn't trust him with anything.
  • 8
    This is probably why people advocate for huge abstraction layers and libraries that hardly give you any freedom but get the job done in a decently okayish manner, sigh
  • 1
    Working with those people... Annoying.
  • 2
    What a waste of everyone's time
  • 17
    That's why paint was invented.. To circle it in thick red color and send screenshot back :)
  • 1
    That’s making me angry. 😅
  • 7
    Or you could have said "change request.put to request.post" and been see with it...
  • 1
    Nice, thank you for the laugh 👌
  • 1
    This is not even rare, I have a similar experience where the dude just wrote some js prolly from memory or because he copy&pasted it and couldn't get it to work because he was sending a post instead of a delete. -_-
  • 0
    These kind of people argue just for the sake of fkin arguing
  • 0
    What a bitch
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