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I have worked in a job where the owner, the project manager and the technical manager had 3 different approaches. The technical manager tried to satisfy both of them and helped somewhat. The owner was seeing the app only once or twice and started yelling *our* mistakes. So...changes. And the project manager had expectations without knowing anything about development or wanting to learn why we didn't meet the time expectations (they were not real of course). So...more changes. The projects took twice or triple time they should. Imagine why. No one even asked us developers our opinion. Ugh. 😑😑😑
Now I work in a more professional and specific job. We're only on implementing services, backend only and we follow code maintainability principles and following strict API calls.
So........it depends. It really really is.