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How to get through tough dev days?
Cursing, lots and lots of cursing. Cursing your boss, cursing at your boss, cursing at your (deserving) coworkers, and cursing life, the universe and whoever invented this fucking shit!1
Not Dev, but definately rant!
Fuck this new nanny political correct bullshit society!
Fuck micro-aggression, fuck safe spaces, fuck overly sensitive bullshit people who can't deal with any kind of difference of opinion.
If you can't handle other people go lock yourself in a fucking coffin and leave the moderatelly sane people the fuck alone.
*sigh* So, now that that's out of the way, can we please agree on some way to deal with these fuckers without putting an axe in their central nervous system?
How do you respond to this bullshit?5
Oracle database with PL/SQL, heavy use of triggers, and viewception.
Sure, let's take what's supposed to be a data store, embed shitloads of logic in it, make sure everything has side effects, and ensure nothing is ever straightforward.
Untracable, impossible to debug and overall a mess of epic proportions!2
Customer to me: "This should be right aligned, not left aligned. We need a fix on this 10 year old version, it's a blocker we can't do any work without it!"
Me to customer: "No. Not a blocker, minor change. We'll look at it next minor version."
Customer to boss: <repeat above>
Boss to me: "This is a blocker, check out the code and fix it today!"
Minor stylistic changes are not goddamned fucking blockers!
I call this the "Jump; No; Boss Jump; Fuck!" effect.2