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I HATE STANDUP I HATE STANDUP I HATE STANDUP I HATE STANDUP I HATE STANDUP I HATE STANDUP I HATE STANDUP I HATE STANDUP I HATE STANDUP

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  • 2
    "hey, now that we're all done we can sit down right?" - remote manager

    🤬
  • 1
    Meetings are just so that the managers can feel like they're involved somehow.
  • 0
    WHO THE F LOVES IT??!!! 🧐
  • 2
    Yeah I've run into this 15 minute blocker every morning actually so maybe we can work on eliminating that?
  • 1
    @lassiecoder I like standups :c

    but they:

    - can't last more than 15 minute

    - either need to be the first thing in the morning or the first thing after lunch, otherwise they force me to extra context-switch

    but I find them useful sometimes, they keep me informed about the rest of my team. They are a centralized exchange of problems so people can immediately hook up from a pool of people that might be able to help and they keep me on track.

    but managers, if you put your standup 1-2 hours after work starts, then I'm just not going to work! That's too little time to get anything useful done... so essentially if I come at 8 and you put daily at 10, what I really see is

    [useless time][meeting][useless time][lunch][post lunch drowsiness][finally some work][end of day]

    incredibly difficult to work a day when the daily is put on a stupid hour
  • 2
    Tell me about it, this morning I woke up still wasted from yesterday, I had to go for a dive in the ocean to sober up real quick before starting.
  • 1
    Wow, I totally misinterpreted that as standup comedy. I haven't been subjected to a standup in about a year 😂
  • 1
    Our team lead loves stand-ups. He easily quadruples it's total duration when he attends.

    He's famous for it 🙈
  • 1
    I hate it but I need it. I’m “that guy”. I keep notes but sometimes don’t remember all of what I’m supposed to be doing from day to day unless we have a rolling standup meeting to coordinate it all.
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