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Starting my work day:
* fire up the build script wrapper script wrapping the Docker compose scripts, which starts I dunno 20 different microservices, frontend build processes, watchers, blah, blah, blah, chews my laptop's battery like a muthafukka, wait for 15 minutes, for maybe a 40% chance that maybe it'll work, or maybe I'll have to fix some random thing that's wrong out of the 20 million things that could possibly go wrong and then restart... and if I'm lucky at the end of all this, I get to work on, I dunno, adding some field to a modal?
Firing up my weekend side project:
* php -S and immediately start working productively every time
Fuck the "modern web"4
When someone else breaks the development build, and when I ask what happened, it's suggested that *I* should fix it, by "just" doing such-and-such.
Why me? I'm not the one who broke the fuckin thing. Can ppl take responsibility for their own actions please?1
Own side project built from the ground up where I understand every corner of the codebase and application, can work at my own pace, and have no product managers, tech leads, or "architects" telling me what to do.3