asgs832512dI think you missed out cleaning desks and toilets
100110111108112dYeah, sounds like a normal day at the office in small teams in small organizations. We do divide the tasks a bit between us, so not everyone is doing everything, but basically the more seniority, the more you got on your plate.
iiii149212d50 people and all full stack... Sounds unreasonable to me.
A bit of a 'full stack aside" :
My baseline for full stack is: "Can do some stuff on front and back end."
Could that potentially be both people who suck and not? Yup, just like every other job title that's how it works....
Ok as for you, it really depends on how much work that is. I work in a shop with 3 devs... so everything falls on us, but I absolutely can understanding wanting to focus.
Personally I would get a bit of an uneasy feeling about pushing 'everything' down randomly ... sorta creeping towards an unfocused amalgam of "just some computer guys" and lack of focus for individuals. And concerns about folks up the chain really not knowing / caring about what these things even mean. "Hey you make changes to the website, can you fix my blackberry?"
100110111108112d@some-dev, but really, in a company of 50+ SE's there should be more defined roles - that or your company holds way too many prod apps. There's something wrong there, at least it smells a bit fishy... at least in our company we are assigned into 2-3 person teams each with one prod app we're responsible for, and divide the work regarding that app between us. It's a lot of work, especially for the seniors, but it's not crazy.
ars113011dI know your pain. I've been doing stuff from requirement gathering to application and DB design. Coding, deployment, infrastructure management and security.
I'm only partially competent in one or two of those.
I just want to sit my ass and learn a bit of nuxt 🙁.