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That's a good one!

Sadly, in real life, I'm overly polite (working on fixing that dammit!!) and always trying to stay professional. I have a couple of coworkers who not only need a scolding, they need someone to beat their idiocy out of their little brains.

I have on occasions told some coworkers off when they were way out of place. A recent one: idiot PO trying to micromanage the dev team and thinking he's manager of the devs, came to me personally (sudden Slack call, no calendar invite) with some bullshit feedback about ̶c̶o̶m̶m̶u̶n̶i̶c̶a̶t̶i̶o̶n̶ CUMmNnicaTioN (I had to). Told him it's not his place to give me feedback and it's not his place to manage my time for me and ended the call aggressively which I don't prefer (it's always better to keep your cool and control your thoughts and words). My cholesterol level went up writing this.

Thank you and have a nice Monday!

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  • 0
    A read on bullshit feedback: https://linkedin.com/pulse/...
  • 2
    I totally get ur anger and frustration. Let me tell you one incident of mine so u can relax.

    So I got yelled at by the CEO of a startup I was working at, in front of my team and other people because....

    WAIT FOR IT ....

    WAIT FOR IT .....

    The feature that I built was working as intended and never crashed on the production server.

    There you go. FML.
  • 0
    @Sid2006 how does that even work?
  • 0
    @brnrdo Been asking myself the same thing bro ... In fact I only remember the incident now its been so long. I don't remember what led up to it.
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