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So... a fucking frontend developer is responsible for
- conducting meetings regarding the future of the website,
- talking to the bosses at their own desired times,
- researching on the designs,
- then asking the designer to make the design,
- then implementing those designs
- then again talk with the boss if he likes those designs, then again research ask designer to make designs, and then again fucking implement those designs?

Well fuck it. The politics everyone tries to play at different levels just to grill the poor intern is beyond repair.

A simpler flow could be that boss directly interact with the developer and the designer in a meeting, the designer could then come up with a design based on boss's suggestion, could interact with me and the boss regarding acceptability and practicality and then we could make it once and for all. But nope. 2large is the 10x dev intern that the world needs to grill .

The above is a somewhat exaggerated but real description of what I am currently facing. Since people are good here and am not being pressurized for the time delays, am somewhat cool about it.

But this kind of thing was something that haunted me to the core at another company, where people were not much nice. :|

Blames are actively being thrown on each other . Designs are impractical. the senior devs just "assumes" that junior/intern would magically make stuff without any instructions. And not just the product, but the 100% clean, bug free product, so they don't need to neither review nor provide a direction nor any help when intern couldn't do it.
"But you are an engineer , right? what did you do in your college life? Didn't you studied those subjects" : Fuck you, govi .

Welcome to "Product Based Startups" . God, how long I have to face such unfunctional systems? or do I have to just adapt and learn the art of lying, delaying and playing the blame game?

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    It’s the same everywhere, thankfully we don’t play the blame game around here, if you fuck up everyone knows, it’s how you deal with the fuck up after, obviously there are limits.

    Employers keep pushing to get more and more out of you, just be clear and firm, say no
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