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cjde225
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its two years since ive told a story here but lets go.

we got a new client, who is revamping their infrastructure. i gave some tasks to 2 dev ops guys (i am not devops). they were primarily bash scripts that needed to be altered. (ofc i can write scripts it takes a moment, its their jd)

after a week of chasing them around, getting no result from them, i end up doing it myself because client needs it and the company needs this client. for one task, they told me it does not apply to the component we were working on. (it did, and i did it)

we have a meeting with higher management, they asked me how did i implement it, i show my entire working, my backtracing etc (everyone knows this is how you approach huge system, component focused strict deadline task). it was infuriating how they approached it by trying to understand complete system in one week. i asked them why they hadn't taken component specific approach. they said they tried but failed because..

[this because is the whole reason for the rant, because i believe this because should be a fire-able offense]

..because we were not using VS code to find things in files

HOW IS WHAT TEXT EDITOR YOU USE OR DON'T USE AN EXCUSE

ARE YOU GUYS GETTING THIS?

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  • 1
    So were they "not trying to find things in files at all" or "their editor didn't have the feature to find things in files" ?
  • 1
    @ViRaS the editor got blamed for no reason, it was a skill issue (skill being backtracking in files manually)
  • 2
    throw some bombs to the failops guys, they are POS's
  • 0
    @themissingbrace nope but your racism is showing my friend
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