Abouthey there , my name is Joe and I am 26 years old. I love designing new templates and creating new ideas for websites and clients
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Me: hey look, the time is gone!
Me:...... you don't see it? 😅😆
Me: 4:04 🤣
Collegue: *gives death stare*
I need to stop doing this,
"Fk I have this, this, and this due tomorrow. Well time to implement this cool new thing I found yesterday in my personal project. *2am* okay if I sleep for 4.3 hours and then..."
Why don't I just do required stuff first so I don't have to stress?!1
I was newly hired to company. A customer came in yelling saying "there's a bug, this should do this but it's doing that..."
PM came to me and told me to "urgently fix this as this is an important customer".
So I started debugging for hours and asking around and all follow devs agreed that this is a bug. Then I found it!! And it was clear that it was not doing what the customer wanted.
I decided to look through this code history and found out that this part of the code wasn't changed for a year but the code commited before it did actually what the customer was expecting (whaaaa....)
Gathered the devs and the PM showing them what I found. They all looked at each other and then one said "ouuhhh right...yes it was doing this but we changed it to that..."
Turns out it's a feature not a bug, and everyone forgot about it.
I would appreciate if teachers brought in developers that actually work in real projects writing code to show us what they do and how they solve problems every day.1