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Epic rant about the sad state of today's websev: https://medium.com/@wob/...
I cant help but feel this to be at least partly true!!
Colleague complaining about eVeRy little thing at the company for years, but never wanting to switch jobs!
If you dont like it shouldnt you just quit?!!2
I'm quite sure my coworker made a total mess, problem is the code looks reasonable at a quick glance. And it works for some unexplicable reason. No time to fix it.
When I cant find an answer to my problem on stackoverflow:
I either made a extremely stupid but unrelated mistake, did the whole thing completely wrong from the start, or was using the wrong framework/library everyone avoids or hates ...1
wow I have never seen a female developer pair programming with another female developer! Maybe something Is changing...
then again female dev rate at my company still is extremely low3
Client complains constantly over image quality.
Then continues to upload diagrams as jpg not as png and then is bothered about compression artifacts...
It also doesnt help he works on a retina screen and we had to migrate his tiny thumbnail images from his old website.
Maybe I should buy a microscope... Or maybe send him the imagemagick documentation and he can choose the parameters to his liking?
What's up with the stickers all the time?! !Feels like elementary school.
I never needed or wanted stickers at all...
If you have them, good for you but no need to show them off here!
Instead what about posting some rants?
Frontend devs who mindlessly use bootstrap because everyone does and end up using only the responsive grid component, which they mess up completely in the end as well3
Project managers who distribute a task instruction like "add button on page x" into 20 ticket comments (each minimum 1000 chars), 1 pdf from the client, 2 unrelated tl;dr confluence pages, 3 lengthy bullshit management emails (at least 5 people in cc) and end up sending chat messages every hour...1
System engineers who are "too busy" (facebook too much) to try anything new and get a heart attack when you only mention nginx
Developers who want to write everything and anything in their own single language they think they understand (which is accidently PHP)2