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20 years old?
Boss and great programmer?
however are they really autistic or was that a joke?
C0D4657591y10 jobs - 2 years.
are you trying to appear unemployable or is it just a tonne of contract work?
As for this job, run... run far far away and let it burn.
Shayley41yThey should make the master branch protected. Make some branches, for testing for example. Make them have code reviews first and let them accept your merge (2 people). In that way, they have to check the code and it prevents bugs in master. It's way better from what i have experienced. If you don't do it, people will just throw code in master without checking the code, it will be a mess.
Try to talk about it with your boss and teammates. Maybe they will accept it. If they don't, it's basically their fault for all the bugs, they could have done it differently.
I’m at my second job this year. I got fired and I didn’t want to quit, because I simply need money to live until I found something truly fitting.
Now it’s time to properly invest research for a new company as I’m also sick of those amateurs who think they know it all by looking at a fucking example code online.
My last boss was unable to learn anything as he has „no time“ or was busy dealing with his fourth child. At the same time, the team is acting like everything is fine, but still nag behind his back. And then he‘s sayin it’s _my fault_ that the team is falling apart?
It’s not my fault that he doesn’t grasp the internal situation, I was just the one who uncovered it all!
This guy should get his ducking priorities right. No wonder „he is not feeling well in control of the company“.
Sometimes I really wonder how those companies still didn’t fall apart.
Intrigued as to what BS they fed you for you to join in the first place.