AboutMedia tinkering in the clouds. No you don’t want to pay to watch it…neither do I.
Skillspython, node, c#(yes, I’m embarrassed), c++ - starting to feel a lil Rusty, db lover, I avoid UI ..for reasons
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How to offend potential clients with sales emails:
“Hey again, <name>!
Don't understand TikTok? Don't worry - you're talking to a Gen Z now.
I wanted to follow up on my previous note and see if you had any availability this week or next week to connect.”
Apparently not interested and not responding means you must be too old to understand those meddling kids and their internet toys.33
So recently we re-orged to a product vs engineering (yes, I meant vs, it’s contentious) organizational structure. One of the former dev leads got picked for product and went on this lovely ass-kissing spiel about how great this was in front of our new bosses. The next day(!) he was telling his old team what to do directly to his buddy the scrum master, who works for me and casually mentioned it. How am I supposed to run engineering and deliver if every P.O. can end run around the structure? I hate all this.
Also, if the new PE tells me one more time all my problems can be solved with SQS, I’m gonna explode. Not all dev problems are a nail to fix with an sns hammer. Asynch comms has its uses, it is not the *only solution.
I feel like I’m over reacting, and yet, I still feel rage…and happy to find an anonymous place to rant about it.11