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10k raise and you find it's shitty ?
Seems you are the problem.
IEven if you were at 100k, it's a 10% raise. It's insanly good.
And no, it's not QA fault you have bugs. it's YOURS.
Verified in QA means it has been thoroughly tested by the QA engineer. It's their job to find deeper bugs before it hits production. Unless you think "Verified in QA" means something else?
C0D46260422dI'm not seeing anything here out of the normal.
Also, 10% or higher raises usually only come with promotions or role changes.
If you're trying to chase that 20-40% raise, your going to need to put on that senior title.
Engineers *should* take ownership of bugs imho. Own it, write a test case to catch it next time, then fix it.
As for raises - if you want a significant raise, you almost always need to switch companies. Even 10% is close to unheard of these days, so you did well to get that at all.
And sales jerking off to their figures on every team meeting? Expect it. They're jerks, happens everywhere. If you want a discussion with the grown ups, then organise one for just the tech side of the business & but make sure there's a reason for it. Meetings just for the sake of it are the worst.
cervantes0171521dIf the money is Worth staying for then, you've got to focus on the aspects of the job that you like and make them more important than anything else you do in your day. Draw your pleasure from what is good and ignore what is bad, make the best of it because all companies are more or less the same.