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If it’s UI design and not product design, I personally fix it at the end after everything else is build around it. Just properly separate logic from UI, and be prepared to throw awwy all UI components.
Doing the same now, finalizing all the logic and core flow on React web app, and will throw all UI components to implement React Native app.
Quarantine is a good reminder of how much money we actually need to spend.
@sbiewald "we have to few people" - this, in my experience, is reality in most organizations though.
"quality drop" I was referring to was Code quality, not bugs. This is two fold. First for new developers it's too hard to properly pick up fundamentals as concentrations is more and more on Operations now. Secondly it's reshaping of culture values - now it's a mix of programmers/operations/aws-gurus/juniors/... - code quality is not valued the same by everyone as before, need to push old truths all over again.
Finally regarding the change, I'm embracing it - I'm just re-assesing options I and others like me have, the ones who end up in this industry mostly because of love for writing code and still want to do that for upcoming time. It's not a fight against industry, it's looking for job satisfaction.
Don't think this approach of negotiate your salary or it's your fault is the best one for the company...
Personally, I don't bother renegotiating, I just quit, and constantly keep up with market so I quit even when I'm paid OK sometimes.
So instead of people calmly working and trusting the company to have "fair" salaries, this creates job-hopers that know that otherwise they get screwed.