Skillsangular, java, spring, thymeleaf
Joined devRant on 5/16/2017
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My prev rant here was about my wife.
I’m still angry about it.
I want to habe my revenge against the guy.
Anybody knows email bombing services?
How about sms bombing services?6
I’m back at devRant.
I was active few years back.
What made me comeback is me deciding to delete social media apps in my main phone.
The reason for deleting is that some topics/post/feed triggers a painful experience I had this year.
The painful experience is my wife cheated on me.
I’m not here for pity.
I just want to let the married ones know here that it’s not all about coding or work.
You should also try to keep the fire burning with your significant other.
Else someone comes by and will keep that fire lit.5
Wtf are you taking man?
You’re supposed to be an experienced engineer but what the fuck are you doing leaking null pointer exceptions everywhere you go?
Just 1 more month. Good thing my manager isn’t renewing your contract.
Most incompetent worker?
I had this coworker who doesn’t do jack shit in the morning shift (10am - 12nn).
Taking long breaks, like staying at cafeteria and chatting. Always on company IM talking about gossips. Reading manga online and shit.
I wouldn’t be complaining about that if this coworker can deliver. But no! Only has to do 1 module, it took almost a month for this person to finish. Always doing overtime without an ounce of progress. Siphoning the budget of the project. Everyone on our team were doing overtime trying to deliver function after function, modules after modules. Every other parts were finished except this person’s task. Took over it, done for a week. Told my project leader, transfer this person or you’ll see other core members leaving.
Person got transferred. Everyone felt like they had a massive load off their shoulder.2
More rants coming up.
Working with a guy who I am not sure has the necessary experience to begin with.
The person who hired him told me to teach the guy for him to catch up to our project and its pace. He has some experience with Java. Which our project is being developed in java in a linux dev environment in a full stack way. So we handle front to infrastructure.
First day working with him and I saw this guy is trouble.
1st - doesn’t know effing git commands. Who doesn’t know git nowadays. Ok i can forgive him for that. But damn this guy’s learning curve is so slow. After s month of joining, he still has to look up the commands in his photo cheatsheet.
2nd - doesn’t know linux basic cli commands like cd, ls, rm. not an ounce of knowledge. He told me he is used to developing in Windows. Now this. I can’t forgive him for not knowing this shit. cd (change dir) even exists in windows command line. He even has guts to say to everyone he wants to try working in our servers. The HORROR!
3rd - not sure if knowing junit and matchers of hamcrest, if you are working with Java is a must. But this guy doesn’t understand Matchers of Junit. How the fuck did he ensure effing quality in his prev work.
All in all, seems like this guy doesn’t understand the basics of current development tools.9
I was once a pure server side developer. Then came full stack development. So in order to keep up with the competition, I had to brave through front-end development.
Also variable visibility. Goddamnit. I thought ES6 was widely supported. I was happy doing const and let bbut goddamn testing frameworks, grunt and shit. Can’t make up it’s mind to support it unitedly.
And lastly, IE. Goddamn it, why the fuck are you not supporting Promise by default. We’re fucking 2017. [insert slowpoke meme]
One good thing though, I like the library vuejs.
Bad thing is, this is just the beginning of a much more upcoming headache.4
System.out.println(“Happy birthday old bastard!”);
!rant tis a story
This is an update on my problem last friday.
Well guess everything worked out after i changed the ngJs version to the last version 1.6.6.
Fuck ie though.
I just wished our users change to chrome/ff/brave or browsers !ie.
It feels like east asia is so hard on using IE.
Was doing angularJs (i know, we are planning for an upgrade by next year).
Implementing things in multiple select with ngOptions and some filter for dynamic option depending on previous selected option.
Everything works fine.
Have we tested this on IE?
Fucking browser broke, takes so long to update the succeeding selects. FML.
Looked up to answers in SO. Found the fix was in later version.
Current version is old as fuck. 1.4.x
Now have to contemplate in upgrading and hope every other things doesn't break.
Wish me luck devranters! If everything works out, i'll be back in incognito mode here. If not, there'll be more to compe.2
Damn. 3days and not yet finished with this bug.
Problem: in js, we want to popup a dialog to user that he us living the page.
So we used onbeforeunload.
Works well with chrome, ie and firefox (atfirst).
Then i updated my firefox to latest version and onbeforeunload is not triggering.
And it also occurs in tablet. Argh! Damn challenges on cross platform/browser compatibilities.
Fuck this shit!
I got told off that i went home early yesterday by my manager.
This is how it went.
I made some inquiries to other team regarding specs and their service nearing the end of working hours.
I waited 30 minutes more after working hours because I see them online through internal messenger.
I said to myself 'how long do I have to wait?' I guess I can read their message tomorrow then.
I arrived this morning. Got told off during morning huddle. I checked the messages, they replied 1hr after I left. Do I have to stay and do nothing just to wait for their reply?
With how fast things are improving in the information age, there's one thing I might not ever hear again.
"(Name of family member) get off the phone I am using the internet!!"
I saw a rant about overtime or staying late if your boss is still at the office.
It's the same in a(lmost all i think) Japanese Company.
9:00-18:00 work schedule.
Come in earlier than your boss before actual work schedule.
Go home after your boss after the actual work schedule.
There's no more work to be done and they think you going home early weren't doing enough work and shit.
Good think i left that company.3
Have you ever experienced receiving this type of footer in mail?
Img is a sample.
Hate it. Especially first time email contact. It feels like bragging.
"Hey! I'll send it to you via iPhone!"
I know you got an iPhone but if you are an applicant, a proper signature would've been great.2
When you need proxy,
Connecting to Amazon S3
AmazonS3 s3 = new AmazonS3Client(Credentials, config);
We need to move out amazon and start using google cloud storage.
Can't seem to find API Documentation for it.
Saw that they are using HttpURLConnection.
Fvck! They are not even reading proxy information set via System Environment Variables!
Help! Stuck on it for 3 days already.