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atheist7220236dOh, you don't know how to manufacture a cpu? You can't work here.
Saying certain skills are ubiquitous requirements is stupid.
I have worked with people that refused to share knowledge or teach people because they thought it made them more valuable.
Enabling others makes you more valuable. Being able to collaborate and work together. Not playing petty fucking power games. Trust me, that company became toxic and failed.
atheist7220236dAlso the devRant tag is for posts about devRant, this is more random or rant.
NoMad14224236dThe dev got fired cuz he was an idiot for not escalating the issue when it happened.
Also, why wasn't his work committed to repo under his name? There are so many things wrong with this story.
EmberQuill3847236dDev should've complained to their manager as soon as they lost access to their code. If the story is even slightly true, that's probably the real reason why they got fired. Used the lack of access as an excuse for not working instead of being proactive about solving the problem.
Also, that's a really shitty process and unnecessarily turns coworkers into bitter adversaries. Dev's lucky he got fired from that hellhole. Red Team Guy probably didn't see any of the "millions" either, just his standard salary and maybe a small bonus for doing more work while his partner supposedly couldn't.
Welcome to the real world.
electrineer23530235dThis is a pretty impressive story for a kid. I wouldn't have known that much about dev life when I was your age.
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