Skillsjs, react, sass, typescript
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So I go on a 10day holiday and when I come back I realise the scrum master commited a whole bunch of messy code straight to develop and didn’t even bother to run lint or build or test or anything. WHYYYYY??? Everything worked before that. Why is a scrum master who doesn’t have experience in front end allowed to touch my code and commit directly to master?
I know why. Because the whole team does it all the time and they just keep breaking and fixing things over one another and all commit directly to master.
Kill me pleaseeeeeee 😭😭😭5
Starting to get so depressed working on my Angular project at work that I have to code anything in react after work just to stay sane. 😭
So I got hired by a new client as a front end dev and I’m supposed to start a project from scratch. I asked (since it’s a new project) if it makes a difference if I use Angular or React and he said “technically not” but then in the following days he said he wants to use Angular with some lame reasons that’s it’s a full framework etc etc. I used both but obviously prefer React because well I’m not an idiot. Come to figure out he knows nothing about React but has used Angular before. What a FUCKING surprise 👏 👏 👏
Why can’t people decide objectively instead of just sticking with what they know.