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OH MY FUCKING GOD!
What is the point in separating us into backend/frontend developers if everyone has to learn/do everything?

And now this FUCKING DUMBASS that is leaving!!! The company convinced my FUCKING STUPID boss to start using react with nodejs on the new platforms ...

Did anyone think about talking to the fucking devops that maintain the fucking deployments about this????
By the way, this sucker is me.

And now I have one month to: deploy a new app... ALONE!! learning fucking react (please kill me) and probably merge it in a clusterfuck of unseparated backend/frontend because fuck it.

Oh, and figure out a way to make deployment automated and easy for me at least.

I'm about to rant in real life...

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  • 9
    C-c-c-c-combo breaker

    Also, am I looking into a mirror?
    Same exact react/node situation, same one-month deadline. Unknown DevOps situation.

    Bosses seem intelligent, though.
  • 1
    @Ashkin lol, perhaps
  • 2
    @AlexDeLarge lol, yeah ... I usually write them when I'm pissed 😂 and I dislike JavaScript, but the real problem is the deadline with the change of everything plus I really dislike frontend and was mislead to think that we would be separating front/back development of future platforms :/
  • 2
    quality rant, have a ++
  • 4
    @azous frontend is a fucking mess nowadays. Everybody develops their own anti-pattern methods for every framework, then continues to make their own neat libraries with them. That break everything without you having any idea what the hell is even wrong with them.

    However, as shit as it is node is fast to develop some semi simple backend with. It has tons of amateur programmers asking for help about it online so I'd imagine somebody had already solved your deployment issues with it
  • 1
    @vertti I just want to dive into query optimization, multi threading , and all back end stuff but they keep making me deal with onClick events 😖🤒🤕
  • 1
    Learncodeacademy on YouTube for React. You can thank me later :)
    Also flightplan might be useful for deployment.
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