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The feeling when you make some fundamental change in the codebase and thinks "this should make some integration tests fail", but it doesn't 😬😅
Someone in the train seat in front of me is chewing bubblegum really loudly for 20 minutes now...my "annoyance-meter" 🌡️ is starting to go off...
What should I do?2
Hopefully at work we have successfully migrated from a combination of MySQL and Mongo to only Postgres. Also we finally split up our monolith into medium sized services, so we can actually do something interesting and update our dependencies.
And port one of the services from Java Struts to Django..
..but that is only if developers were to set the plan...if sales/management: new feature here! new feature there! sell sell sell! No time for maintenance!
I must say the worst thing is the whole "branding" of closed and open source software. Giving systems/platforms/repositories/projects/libraries names that makes no sense, just for the sake of standing out. Just god damn call a shoe for a shoe...the difference lies in the creator/maintainers and not in the fucking name...sry