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Combing through projects unfinished by the previous developer. Sloppy. Single CSS files with over 3000 lines, incorrectly handled API responses, and best of all, a private stripe key on the client side.

The designers didn't think anything of it for the previous three years, because he followed their designs accurately. But, if I'm buying a Ferrari, I expect it to also drive like a Ferrari.

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    This is something that I've also seen a lot and happened often in my previous company. People (management) often praise them saying that their work is flawless. But then when problems occur it is up to the current developer to wade through the trash and try to fix it. Else they get labeled as bad developers.
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