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Me talking to a recruiter (even though I am not looking for a job)
Me: If I walk into an interview, and they ask me to reverse a binary tree for a frontend Reac or Vue position or something along those lines, I will end the call and/or walk away from it.
Him: I get similar feelings from other programmers, I don't quite understand why the notion is as common
Me: Because it is fucking useless, it servers no purpose to a dev to know about that when building frontends with react, I link my github profile, for which they can find advanced backend-frontend related projects, compiler and interpreter projects, plus the title I currently have at my workplace and a bunch of other shit, I am not interviewing for a teaching position at an institute, but an actual place of work, for which if they want to know about DS and A they can review my profile which has a repo of DS and A in about 5 different languages including plain C++. I do not need to be offended by such notions since they server no purpose on the frontend, and neither do other devs. If anything it should be a casual conversation during the interview, not a basis for employment.
Recruiter: .........thank you for explaining this to me, I am sure I can bring it up to the agencies doing the reviews and interviews. Are you still interested?
Me: Are they going to give me a coding assignment for a project or a bs question like what I mentioned?
Him: I don't know
Me: then I am not interested12
I can't figure out shit..
To be honest I created this profile just so I can write down somewhere what I am going through.
So, once upon a time I had graduated from college and went right into a corporate (has only been 2 years since). I was fortunate enough that I got assigned a project that was just starting, and even though I had no clue what was going on, I started doing whatever was assigned.
I initially worked in java and then finished all my tasks earlier than expected, so they switched me to another C++ project that builds on top of it.
Fast forward 2.5 years, I'm now the team lead of the CPP project and all my friends who were in the core team have left the company.
As usual, the reason behind it is shitty management. These mfs won't hire competent people and WILL ABSOLUTELY NOT retain the ones that are. I can feel it in my bones that it is time for me to leave, but fuck me if I understand what I am good at.
I have been able to handle all the tasks that they threw at me, be it java or c++ - just because I love logic and algorithms. I have been dabbling in ML and AI since 4-5 years now, but could never go into it full time.
Now I'm looking at the job postings and Jesus Christ these bitches do not understand what they want. I have to be expert in 34567389 technologies, mastering each of whom (by mastering I mean become proficient in) would need at least 6-8 months if not more, all with 82146867+ years of experience in them.
I don't know if I am supposed to learn on Java (so spring boot and stuff) or I'm supposed to do c++ or I'm gonna go with Python or should I learn web dev or database management or what.
I like all of these things, and would likely enjoy working in each of these, but for fucks sake my cv doesn't show this and most of the bitch ass recruiter portals keep putting my cv in the bin.
If you have read so far, here's a picture of a cat and a dog.6
Me: *Gives second round in an interview, didn’t go as expected, waits for the result (at this moment we can’t go further with your profile kinda result)*
HR: *calls after 2 weeks* Hi, hope you’re doing good, your last round was declared CNS (Candidate no show)
Me: was it this bad, that the guy interviewing me simply wiped off my existence?
HR: let me figure out something. *Calls back after 5 mins* since it was a no show, we’ve decided to not go with your profile further.
Me: 🥲 it didn’t have to be this brutal of a rejection6
I get an email. "DeathToBrewDevs" replied to an issue I opened forever ago.
Read the reply and it's a diss, mentions and all. I go to the issue in order to disrespect him back, reply is gone; deleted by mods.
Alright then, so can I look up this guy and read his code so I can inform myself on what a proper engineer is? I mean since it's my legit-ness he's questioning, I would really like to know how legit *he* is.
Ah! But no results, no profile, no repos, no code; no nothing. The sucker's gone. What, you made an alt to shit-talk mother fucking Liebranca and couldn't even come up with a decent insult before deleting it? What a fucking cunt.
You know, I don't mind random people trying to mess with me but when you do it like this it really does take away the fun.
See, I don't hide my shit. I have no need for that; you can look me up, find my shitposts, find my profiles, read my support questions, read my code, try it out, see my bugs, see my hacks, and even take a snapshot of my fucking face. I don't mind people knowing who I am because I'm proud of who the fuck that is.
More importantly, if you want to talk shit I'm right there for you to do just that; and if you want a flamewar we can have one, bitch.
Get on my fucking level, then we can talk.
For now: into the trashbin you go.
the one who mallocs.
Why hello there, your profile mentions you're not looking for an offer and lists PHP as a technology you don't want to work with.
Boi, are you in luck, cause I have that sweet PHP offer for you4
Chrome dark mode in a nutshell. After a certain update a couple of months ago, it apprently turns some pictures with darker colors in them, white. And other darker colors like dark red to a very light red.
Exapmle of chrome dark mode ruining the profile pictures of devRant.
In theory i could see its smart to also have dark mode and reverse on images, so images isnt getting fucked up.
But in practices it just seems dumb, mostly so many images like logos etc are ending up looking so weird / ugly and it only seems to do it on smaller images anyway.
Not really a rant, just something i found stupid.2
CRED, an Indian start-up with valuation worth Billions doesn't even have a business model.
Hear me out, countless start-ups don't have a business model but everyone can think of something that will be introduced and the most basic one is good and services in exchange of cash.
CRED, on the other hand, is popular primarily because it does not have a business model and hipsters are encouraging it because it is innovative to run without a business model.
I mean, I can't even... Damn this is beyond dumb.
Also, they only hire people from Tier I (IIT and IIM).
I once applied and got a rejection in literally 5 minutes stating that since I am not from top college, they are not interested in my profile.
I don't even know what to make of this. This boggles my mind.
For anyone interested, they were invite only and created a hype of waiting list, but then hipsters started inviting each other in masses so I guess they made it public.
My whitewashed LinkedIn profile keeps getting harassed by recruiters when no one looks at my real LinkedIn profile under my Chinese name.
To save everyone's time typing fuck you because I am using LinkedIn. I will type it for you: fuck me.2
I tried mate!
I'm not sure if I like it that much!
@darksideofyay got me into mate tea and I just had to try it for some unknown reason.
I didn't get the pot and bombilla because that seemed unnecessarily expensive for a tea I had not tried.
I got the tea leaves, brewed them like green tea and it didn't work at all. The flavour was lacking and it was a letdown.
But I knew I was drinking it wrong. I needed bombilla. But hold on, @darksideofyay was brewing her toasted mate like tea. So I toasted a handful of leaves and brewed it.
And yay! I like that thicc tobacco aroma. The taste profile is better than green tea but nowhere near the black teas. All in all I'm convinced I need to try it with bombilla.
My email address appeared in a new data breach at gravatar. I thought that's exactly gravatar's purpose, to make my email address publicly known and provide an additional profile picture?2
ugh... laptops are like , crazy addictions.
1 year ago, my hp laptop was the best for me, building android studio apps , keeping daily backups of all my home's appliances comfortably in it, running games and various softwares . i would carry it anywhere without fearing of any damage thanks to heavy cases and keyboard covers.
till i started my first job who gave me an intel mac to work with.I got a revised definition of a laptop. laptops are not what i knew .
- a laptop is something which does not take 20+ minutes to build android apps and can build in 60 seconds too
- a laptop is something which does not need to have a shitty plastic body and can have a high quality metal body.
- a laptop is something which does not need to have a shitty screen and can have a really clear (but fragile /s) HQ screen.
- a laptop is something which does not necessarily gives you ports. /s
- a laptop is something which does not necessarily needs large storage to store your stuff. /s
- INR 60K (or half of my 1st year college fees) isn't apparently not enough for a laptop
- a laptop can cost TONS to get fixed /s
now , i did have learned all this and even after all the flaws , i feel like inclined towards buying a macbook. however coming from a typical lower class family from india , who DID break a laptop screen in 1 year, i am having some serious concerns buying a laptop , a 16 inch piece of aluminium for 300K (almost the cost of my four years of graduation)
but compared to that , i also have concerns buying any laptop above 100k because that's a lot of money , even though I could afford it. the whole point is, my non tech grocery seller parents worked too hard for very less money . i am in tech profile, i believe my work is not that much physically intensive, and i work half as hard as those guys , nd earn good yet spending SO MUCH feels like being an idiot
oh the headache :/11
So i wanna try explain the concept of JWT to a 5(+55) year old, and also to myself who is noob at web stuff. please tell me if this is a correct analogy, because i am myself confuse regarding how its secure?
So A wants B, a blind jeweller, to keep his super valuable notebook page with bank passwords safe. B says "give me your sheet and 5 nickels". (Assume that every nickel is always 1gm, made up of pure iron . Assume these statements to be true and world-known )
B takes A's nickels, melts them, adds 20gm more iron, adds 25gm copper, adds 25gm aluminum and then adds 25gm carbon dioxide and makes a mixture that is impossible to revert , but will automatically disintegrate after 24 hours due to CO2 (again, pure true statement, but this formula is only known to B) .
He makes 2 exact copies of keys from the 100 gm mixture, gives one to A and says
("Anyone can either give me 5 nickels of same name, markings, and year and i will give them back this secret sheet. or they give me the same key fo next 24 hours,and i will still give them back the sheets. after 24 hours, this key will also not work. I will even keep this on public display that i make keys using the materials I just showed, and then also no one would be able to create he exact same replica because they don't know how much percentage of each material went into the mixture"
So is this true? I have heard my friend boldly claim that they don't store user passwords as plaintext or even encoded text but rather doing this :
user password + company's private key --->[public domain encryption algorithm] = irreversible public key which is saved against user profile as "password"
public key + other info + time bound expiring logic ---->[public domain JWT encrypted token maker algorithm] = reversible JWTToken which is sent back to user
if user sends back token, then
token --> [JWT decoder] = public key + other info
if public key matches the stored public key , then user is a real user and should be given data
if user sends back the original password, then
user password + company's private key --->[public domain encryption algorithm] = irreversible public key .
again if public key matches the stored public key, then user will again receive access?
So this means all the time we are transmitting a lightly jumbled up version of public key, which is itself a hard, almost irreversible jumbled up version of our passwords that can only be unjumbled via a private key (or jewellers mixture ratios) that companies hold dearly ?5