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sariel79735dI actually uninstalled all live chat apps off my phone for this specific reason.
If anyone needs to reach me after 5pm, call me.
I have actually had people call me because "everything is broken". I keep them on the phone the whole time I'm looking because it's never broken, they did something wrong.
Had a guy try to let me go like 5 times and I just kept telling him, "we're almost there just hang on." Eventually he got pissed and said he was missing dinner with his family, to which I replied, "yeah, me too, my dinner I was just about to eat is probably cold by now."
Fuckwad never pulled that shit on me again.
Now everyone knows, don't call me after 5 unless everything is on fire.
hyper-dave109335dSame here. And I've put clear error messages.
dandrei279176230dBeen there done that.
I built a REST API and told the team to send requests and then receive a timestamp and pretty print it.
They: not working
Me: what's not working?
They: the timestamp your server returns.
Me: it is Unix time.
They: it is incorrect
Me: I'm sure it is corect.
They: can't be. It says January 1970.
Me: no, it's the current date. Maybe you need the timestamp in milliseconds.
They: it's your fault. I tested using 3 different methods.
Me: let's try it togheter
[shows them the timestamp is correct]
They: it's not working!!
Me: can't be.
[5 minute later]
Me: please try to multiply the timestamp by 1000.
They: that was it.
Me: told you it's not my fault. It could use milliseconds