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The worst thing about it is that I legit wanted that as a desk decoration and got disappointed when I tried to buy it and the button didn't work.
@AtuM That's exactly it. I'm trying to share the pains of a Tech Lead with him, hoping he'd be a candidate to assume my position so I can hop back to being in my area of expertise. This hand-off also meant me stepping away from the day-to-day squad banter to increase his connection to the others. But now I'm extremely worried that his views might debase the squad, so I'll grab the reins yet again.
This is a prank that'll get a lot of keyboards broken. I love it.
It's a dumb music. I'd bet anyone could go into that state with a music that is emotionally relevant to you.
With great power comes great code reviewing discussions over "should I let this Python functor code in my database or is this a slippery slope to LISP?"
randomPasswordGenerator = \
(lambda random, string: # level 1
(lambda characters: # level 2
lambda length: ''.join(random.choice(characters) for i in xrange(length)) # level 3
)(string.digits + string.letters) # level 2 args
__import__('random'), # level 1 args
Found in the wild and compiled in https://gist.github.com/e000/...
We will also go on Vacation leave next week, but a) it's forced and b) it's eating our actual vacation days for the rest of the year. I wish more managers cared.
The startups I worked on had a pretty nice policy: if you go grab coffee and the jar is empty, you make coffee. As everyone needs coffee, the one noticing the scarcity of crude oil was pretty much random.
@EDragon Because I usually mentor and monitor every intern from onboarding until hiring and I'm the one with the most leverage with the bosses. I make sure I have 1:1 meetings with everyone that needs feedback from my squad and even with some guys outside my field to receive and translate their feelings into actions for each cycle.
We had a chronic lack of leadership figures. New seniors are coming to hopefully remedy that, but until they accrue enough respect inside their areas I'll try to help wherever I can.
@EDragon They are being shuffled between areas that did not correspond to their hiring, basically. I'm a senior that has a lot of leverage in most areas but I'm not the one making the personnel decisions, you know? The only thing I can do is foment automatization to decrease workloads in the timesinks they were allocated in.