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Midnight-shcode2416304doh, and this guy was basically the best or second best team lead and programmer i've ever met: he was writing the cleanest, best organised, most pleasantly readable code i've ever seen. his function names were short and descriptive and clear, literally all the names he chose were each in its context as explanatory as a proper documentation while never longer than two words, you could use his API for the first time in your life, blindfolded, and you'd know exactly what it contains and where, just by deduction, and you'd actually find it there, and using all of it was like being gently led by your hand through a blooming meadow by your first love =D
Codex40418269304dOuch, just a single person who writes that part of the code? What happens when he gets in a traffic accident or heart attack?
These things need to be collaborated and peer reviewed.
vomitmachine444304d@Midnigh-shcode I love it when code goes in the right place and is architected correctly. Gives me the feel goods.
vegeta2563304d@Midnigh-shcode had mini orgasm reading this
k0pernikus5493304dIt's always easier to ask for forgiveness than to ask for permission. Go ahead. If I need somthing, implement it. I have often be told: Don't refactor. Don't implement that.
Sometimes, you really need to refactor. Sometimes, you really need to implement a function.
In most cases it will be fine. If it isn't, you want to work somewhere else.
Midnight-shcode2416301d@Codex404 "what happens if he gets into traffic accident?"
probably someone else would have to take over, it would take them about an hour to get up to speed with that whole codebase, and then it would probably take them about 2 lines of code to start ruining it.
but i get your point.
Wisecrack4255285dCompetence is rare these days.
When you encounter someone as competent as yourself it might surprise you too.
No, it's the exact opposite of big headed.
I'm always going on raving about my own incompetence. Self awareness is about the only thing I AM competent at.
I'm just saying, from their perspective, they know what they are doing, and it must be nice to encounter someone on their own level.
Industries full of semi-competent glue huffers like me bro. We're like cockroaches, we're everywhere, we cant be stopped, and no matter how many of us you (kill with) fire, we always come back in numbers.
just8littleBit1“That code is actually not shit at all..” And “That actually makes sense”
Awlex7My CTO gave me the "designer of the year" - award, after I successfully replaced the logo from a provided temp...
enron4561True compliments I have given: -*actual tears dripping* I'm changing how I code to be setup more like yours -i...