AboutStudent, Test Architect, Newly appointed CD manager
SkillsRuby, QA - automation, Shell, Linux, DevOps
Joined devRant on 7/3/2018
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When you corner help desk people so much they end up saying their web app doesn't support Asus PCs2
Whenever the talent hunter omits the pay and starts speaking about the benefits and the team spirit, you know they expect that they can underpay you.1
I don't know who it was that invented noise cancelling headphones but the person deserves to be a proclaimed as a saviour of humankind...
... or at least this open space. And I don't even have to be jailed, which is a plus.
At new work, I am supposed to use Windows. So I need to learn how to Dev on Windows. Google is not helping.
Image for reference. And the list goes on...13
One thing you learn after a few years in IT and some languages is that there is no problem with most languages.
Ugly code is ugly code! Has half of the devs I have been working with never heard of a style guide? Is it so long of a read that they just skip it.
I have flashback of variables being called "a", "b", "c" and/or methods being called "method_alfa" in production code.
In my opinion, repeatedly sh*ting all over a style guide is a reason for getting fired.1
Dev and Social balance?!?
There is no balance it is one and the same. If you need balance between them it means they exclude each other.
Dev is sociable to an extreme. In which other field do you see hundreds of random people collaborating as if they were friends for decades?1