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Sooooooo…. The other day I committed a change with this message:
“Committing the ultimate sin in committing secret keys again however this repo is and will always be private and my pis will be hidden on my network so it shouuuuuuld be fine... right...”7
I’m still trying to work out how to deal with imposter syndrome... any advice is greatly appreciated1
Don’t have any Laptop Stickers but do have stickers on my Roller Derby Helmet, and my fav has to be:
“It’s not a bug it’s a feature!”1
Relating back to my wk112 rant, after my team member threatened to remove my code I almost screamed at them...
We’ve since reconciled and are quite good friends
TFW you’ve been trying to debug an issue for over an hour and you find out you typed:
variable1 == variable2
variable1 = variable2
I’ve just received a Code test to make an entire game before Friday and I’m kinda sh**ting myself...12
I’m currently watching Stargate SG1 (tok’ra 2/2) and by goa’uld (sorry) I’d love to be part of a dev team working on a stargete MMO!4
Longest I worked non stop was about 12 hours, I ended up being kicked out of the uni labs as the uni was closing.
Honours dissertation was fun but #NeverAgain :P
When I was in college I was working on a game in Java using Slick2D. My folks were away on holiday so I had the ability to drink in the house (I was over 18). I worked on this coursework piece whilst drinking.
The next morning I went into college with my work and found that it had a massive memory leak that was included by the work that I’d done whilst under the influence.
The issue was fixed (quite easily tbh) but everyone in my class reminded me for the rest of the year...5
Worst argument/fight was on a game I was working on.
One of the other devs was waiting for me to write some server Code before calling the endpoints on the client.
After writing the server Code I added the client side Code and committed it to our repo.
They had a massive go at me for doing work for them and threatened to remove my Code and replace it with their own code.