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shivayl
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What the fuck is it with the fucking giant spaghetti files?
C'mon, unique 20000+ CSS file for the entire platform, multiple 10000+ c# "multi-business" logic files, code repeated everywhere, not to speak about most of the business logic being on these hundreds of massive SQL SPs...
On every single client, from banks to government 🤬

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  • 1
    Sounds like there was a lot of Ironspeed in your locality.

    Don't feel bad though, none of the asshats IBM GS assigns to our team can handle writing code outside of the main method either, so you're not alone.
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    "i lose more time scrolling than writing".
    I can relate. Very much.
    After about a year working in a place with code written like that, I'm switching to another job.
    You may want to keep looking around, and jump the fence when you have alternatives and you can't take it anymore. Stay sane!
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    The good thing in duplicating code is If you breake one part it is not affecting the whole application 😂
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    @Minion
    Ahah true, but yesterday, for example, I had to change 21 stored procedures with the same logic change, only the table alias on some were different.
    If you saw the diff you'd think it was the same file.
    Not to mention the "framework" that was developed above asp.net MVC for navigation between pages. If you saw, or tried to change/add anything to it you would definitely already had jumped from a high floor 🤣
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