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A junior Dev was assigned a particular task where he is expected to come up with the command to run inside the system. He came up with the commands. I being a senior Dev and who has access to run the command on the pod did it after verifying it. I ran the command with screen sharing it to the junior Dev for him to learn. Now manager asked him to document the steps. I found that the doc contains screenshots from our call. My screens exactly.
Now my question is, I'm feeling that he should have asked or informed before taking a screenshot of my screen? Is this feeling normal?7
Dev: The requirement is not clear. This seems to be a general usecase which you are thinking we might need but we won't actually need it.
Manager: You have to do it. This is the requirement. No other option. Don't ask any questions.
...... One week later....
Manager: Why is the team not open to me?1
One of team member was showcasing their time series modelling in ML. ARIMA I guess. I remember him saying that the accuracy is 50%.
Isn't that same as a coin toss output? Wouldn't any baseline model require accuracy greater than 50%?3
CTO: We'll use epochs for any time related fields in our services.
After service integration...
Dev from producer team: Hey the time field is showing up as 1970 and not null in your table. That seems to be a bug.
Me: Code looks fine. We are converting epochs to timestamps here. Null is taken care by the library function itself.
The same dev: Actually we are sending zero instead of null values in that time field. But we'd want the end table to treat that as null.
Me: Why can't you send null then?
The dev: Actually avro doesn't support nulls. Hence the zero.
Manager to me: Actually you need to convert them as null. Anyways, this is not a blocker and we can live with it for now.
END OF RANT
Why can't they fucking send it as null? And when I asked about the details, that particular event type doesn't require that field. Still the manager insists on sending that field for it.23
Fuck people who take design suggestions personally.
And that too in an architectural design review.1
Ever wondered how Elon himself talked about not messing with AI in the past. I vaugely remember this was when there was a clash between Mark and Elon. And now Elon's companies OpenAI and Neuralink working on advanced tech. The same tech he told everyone to not mess with.
I haven't followed the trail of events clearly. But now this thought comes to my mind.
Anyone thinks the same? Or am I missing something?17
Fucking lazy product managers....
Can't fucking care about renaming a word document....
The document says template you moron. You are supposed to duplicate it for your requirements. Not edit directly on the template.
And fuck whoever gave this moron edit access to a global template.
I hate people editing slack messages.
Here it goes...
1. I receive a slack message (notification sound while working)
After 5 mins of finishing my work...
2. I open slack to look at the message
3. The message says just a hyphen with an edited sign. Why tf you have to edit the message when you can delete it? Or better, don't send it in the first place.
Why people? Why?2
All the microservices are planning to communicate via kafka. And they are planning to put a REST API between kafka and the service. So all services hit the REST API with the events and the REST API send events to kafka.
I don't see any benefit of having a REST API between the service and kafka. What are the opinions in the wild?12