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Me and that other guy who has a braincell: Okay so we made this simple object mapping code so that you have the option to use YAML or environment variables, because they're both awesome UwU (we use YAML for testing, then variables for container prod deployments).

Some dude who picked up the project: meh, lets ditch that, dotenv and get rid of the object mapping, because I like to do the pain manually.

AND THIS DUDE NEVER EVEN BOTHERED TO READ THE CODE CLAIMING HIS IS BETTER WTF

It took us enough testing and cofusion to get Object Mapping right and this guy just bastardizes work we've done for the past 2 years claiming "it sucks"

What a bloody bellend.

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  • 1
    If I were you I would have:
    git reset <my work>
    git push -f
  • 5
    Replace his brain with a Pentium 4.
  • 1
    @Ranchu why not replace it with arm cortex
  • 1
    I know the feeling. I still weep when I think of these two "hotshots" that didn't understand method references in Java 8. So they ripped ALL code using them out and replaced it with some Rube Goldberg monstrosity that made systemd pale in comparison. It even included a half-assed, buggy as hell, self-written XML parser for no sane reason.

    I think they're now three years in and still not finished replacing the old (finished and working!) code. Good. fucking. job. *slow clap*
  • 0
    Why did he does it?

    I be thankful to you if I am provided a well tested code that I can actually use.

    He just need to ask you what it does if he does not understand it. What wrong with asking anyway? We cannot be expected to know every technology.
  • 1
    @mr-user It's the matter of how much functionality he butchered. It's because its well tested code, it's because he broke one of the features IN the roadmap.
  • 1
    @caramelCase

    He broke one of the feature in the roadmap so he butcher your functionality?

    It's look like he is trying to blame you for his fault.
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