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eisenhiem8868dAtleast you have a job! My advice, learn more stuff and start applying for other roles while still keeping this one as a back-up.
blol7467dSadly my experience is that juniors are often left alone without proper support.
Hiring a junior should not be about getting a cheap human resource. But ofc delivering is always more important right? Except if you don't teach the junior they will procude crappy code and you'll have to deal with that later. Also, noone starts working like pro right out of school. Have some empathy.
I still regret not having more time to help out a former junior coworker. He is a nice guy and generally fun to talk to. Hope he is doing well now.
themounthead17I'm at my seat during the regular morning routine of checking emails, planning the things I need to complete/s...
Pelski14I got my first job as a programmer... for a salary twice as big as we had at home for four people. I'm f***ing...
rm-rf-root13FUCK!! It's been 3 days in the new office. Can't find a single to rant about. Why is everyone is so fucking ...