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irene2291242dI am full stack. I do not experience this. Specifically because network architecture is outside of my control, all systems are provisioned by corporate business folks, and I still am building stuff the customer wants only after they know they want it.
Mr-Myrk633242dIf A prevents errors and B prevents A, does that mean B allows errors to happen?
Thanyil30242dFrom my experience with politics in a big company, god mode doesnt come close enough.
Emphiliis1990240dSometimes I am just shocked how fast people hand me out God mode..
Once I had an 8 week internship and was 4 weeks in, wanted to fix something, asked the boss (and dev lead) and he just gave me the keepass file with every ip and key to every server / service used internally - together with sth like 'You know what you're doing, just do your thing'.
At least he was right in the assumption that I am responsible and trustworthy, but I know fellow devs that would have abused this once leaving. I saw it, and it's horrible.
I think what I want to say is.. With great power comes great responsibility. For both sides.