AboutI've been in the business since quite a young age. Older colleagues have warned me about becoming ranty way too soon. They weren't wrong. Glad to have y'all right with me.
SkillsPython, Linux, Git, Postgres, MongoDB, pretty much whatever, except fancy frontend
Joined devRant on 7/5/2016
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Gonna miss a deadline. Not sure if the fact that I'm insisting on writing unit tests, or the fact that I wrote only 4, is sadder.
Forced to work with ASP.NET for a project. Not minding it though, even found it nice, kinda excited about .NET Core now.
HOWEVER, spent over 3 hours figuring out why can't I make a virtual property (Entity Framework actually provides proxy classes to be able to override behaviors of navigational properties, but I digress).
Says I don't have a type named 'virtual'. 3 hours in, no changes (git confirms), and IT SUDDENLY WORKS.
Fuck Visual Studio.2
Am I the only one who hates it with his guts that most Active Record implementations infer fields from the db?
Which motherf*cker thought it'd be fun to imagine the model through several migrations, or to imagine the data types in the languague itself when looking at the database?
Let me write the model and infer the f*cking changes to create migrations, not the other way around.