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Clients: have two-ish years to request their GDPR changes.
Me: receives 20 emails about GDPR changes that need to be made today. All marked as “URGENT”
Also me: lol that fucking sucks for you but I’m busy today
Client: WE NEED TO MAKE THESE CHANGES AS ITS NOW A LAW
me: that’s cool, still busy today3
How am I supposed to work in an environment where the backend crashes and is unavailable for 20 minutes multiple times a day and when it does work the average response time is 3000ms??1
I love coming back to old code from when I was learning a new language and cleaning it up/making it better. It confirms that’s I’ve learned something :)4
I think the devs of this app made it a lot easier to swipe to go back on iPhones in the last update. Good job guys!4
Android buttons are the fucking worst thing to deal with when using Xamarin. FUCK YOU ANDROID BUTTONS I DONT WANT YOUR SHITTY DEFAULT PADDING THAT I CAN'T GET RID OF YOU CAN GO FUCK OFF.8
Just spent an hour trying to fix a bug on my Xamarin app that only affected the android project. Finally decided to Google it and figured out it's a Xamarin bug. FUCK YOU XAMARIN GO FUCK YOURSELF WITH A BROOMSTICK WITH NO LUBE.7
While writing a Xamarin Forms app in C#.
Graphic designer: "Can you increase the letter spacing of this label by 1.5em?"
Graphic designer: "I know you can do it, I've done it in CSS before"
Built my own Amazon Echo with a raspberry pi because they aren't available in my country. Decided to pick up an official Echo Dot while in America but I'm too proud of my little project to tear it down and use the official thing haha9
Developing the front end and THEN developing the back end is a horrible idea, right guys? I've been placed on my first big project with my employer and this is the way the client is deciding to do it (my employer is not making the backend). I just need to know that I'm not crazy and that this is usually never the way people go about software development. Right guys? Please send help.5