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WTF? I've been laid off more than a month ago, AND THIS EXTRA-STUPID ACCOUNTING BRAT TEXTS MY PERSONAL PHONE TO COMPLAIN THAT SOME REPORT IS BROKEN.
(she still works for my former company, if that wasn't clear)
Bitch, you fucks literally told me this shit wasn't my problem anymore. Seriously, where do they find those complete morons? Don't they know how "being sacked" works? Or how you cannot expect any work from someone who was sacked?!?
Especially some sheila that only has a job because it is literally illegal to use a pocket calculator instead of an "human" accountant.
Fuck, now I'm kinda happy I'm out of that nuthouse.20
I hate people aren't as smart (?) as me so their suggestions don't make sense and I can't ask any questions
and then sometimes if I try to ask them anyway they think I'm just criticizing them and get defensive
I just wanna know how things work.
Beware of those who give you garments and do not allow to mend them, for sooner or later thou shalt find what needs mending.
But beware also of those who give you badly rotten garments and say “Thou shalt prefer that above everything, for thou art allowed to mend it”.3
Turn your keyboard upside down, and shake it vigorously for a minute.
Now carry on.6
At what point has vscode's remote development gone from the best feature of the entire editor to barely functioning heap of shit?8
Today was a SHIT day!
Working as ops for my customer, we are maintaining several tools in different environments. Today was the day my fucking Kubernetes Cluster made me rage quit, AGAIN!
We have a MongoDB running on Kubernetes with daily backups, the main node crashed due a full PVC on the cluster.
Full PVC => Pod doesn't start
Pod doesn't start => You can't get the live data
No live data? => Need Backup
Backup is in S3 => No Credentials
Got Backup from coworker
Restore Backup? => No connection to new MongoDB
3 FUCKING HOURS WASTED FOR NOTHING
Got it working at the end... Now we need to make an incident in the incident management software. Tbh that's the worst part.
And the team responsible for the cluster said monitoring wont be supported because it's unnecessary....4
People before 1950: Sam to his son: I've built this shop with all the hard work, you should put in some effort into your studies to make it worth it!!
People between 1950-1980: We need to develop something to help us achieve great goals, like a machine that can travel back in time and tell our past selves to "relax, in a few decades you'll be able to build a website in under 2 minutes!"
People now: I completed my website built in under 2 minutes, and now I'm going to use it to order a vintage manual typewriter so I can experience the thrill of taking all day to write a single page!
Why do I feel like if you don't serve everything up on a pladder for the product owner / product management types, that they'll never find something as simple as a build executable the pipeline produces? Just more busywork for the competant ones to do...
haha flashback to the startup days when _i_ was the one acting as scrum master for the clowns who couldn't even do something as simple as set the release notes in apple and google stores. they truly need to be spoon fed everything. fucking incredible.
“Huddles don't work in safari 🤡,” Slack said.
Develop → User Agent → Google Chrome.
Boom, huddles suddenly work in Safari, and my today's huddle went absolutely fine.
Yep, I switched to Safari as my default browser. Previously, I didn't use it solely because YouTube's full-screen mode acted weird, but now I quit watching YouTube altogether.
Safari is a stellar browser. First, it wipes the floor with everything, even including Thorium, in the performance department (on Apple Silicon at least). Second, it's really beautiful with its new inline tab panel, where you have just one line of icons on top, instead of having two (tabs and url bar). DevTools are amazing. It can also connect to my iPhone's Safari via Wi-Fi and inspect the opened page — a must-have for heavy layouts. Plus, if my website works fine in Safari, it sure as hell will work fine everywhere. Safari is a great hack detector, as it won't tolerate dirty hacks. Works wonders for your code discipline.5
WhatsApp and Telegram should consider a feature to disable voice messages from all contacts or all contacts but close friends.
I'm getting tired of getting tech support requests from acquaintances I haven't hung out with in years but when these are too lazy even to type and I have to take type and listen to their muttered voice notes I get crazy5
wow now I have native linter tools telling me tabs are illegal when they're not
can these political people vamonos16
money, luxury and so on.
i want to go to a deserted island for survival. fish, fish and fish.4
Conference calls are all about playing the thrilling game of "Guess who's speaking?" 🤔🎭
The symphony of awkward pauses, microphone feedback, jitters, and the delightful sound of someone else's breathing into their mic. 📞🎶1
I was all hyped up coz I WHINED AND BITCHED FOR MONTHS against a 5-6y old B2B company offering, that it's shit n needs to be remade
And they agreed, n only 2 people assigned to it yet, the last chief architect and me
But last guy is old n is the one who made it shit in the first place (we use Windows Tasks in a Windows Server, triggering once every minute to pretend background tasks)
n he doesnt even want 2 branches (: And is still making the same mistakes that made the last implementation shit n it's hard to stop him coz he senior and old
And now I kinda dont care, but have to coz job market's shit
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