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tokenguy1137193dDon't share a snippet, share a screenshot, just to annoy them a bit.
If possible, add compression artifacts for "better" results
electrineer27141193d@tokenguy print the code and take a photo with your phone
Or if you're lazy, take a photo of your screen.
tokenguy1137193d@electrineer and make sure it's out of focus hahahaha
and send it in a rar'ed word doc to yourself via email. And send that email with all the atachments in Teams.
qwwerty1046193dset a webhook which sends a Teams message with the code when a commit comes to a repo?
ofc the Teams message can go through N levels of obfuscation as already suggested. JPG qual 50, embedded in Word sounds nice.
Kanck0193dYou work in data warehousing too? 😂
MLPops390193d@Kanck not directly. But in ML processes as well
sideshowbob76534193dRun God damn it! Get away! Run Forrest, run!
PepeTheFrog1164192d@tokenguy share a screenshot of the link to the git repo
sasikanth25A group of wolves is called a pack. A group of crows is called a murder. A group of developers is called a m...
skiilaa40"Are you familiar with uploading your code to Google Drive?" I left the building at that exact moment.
gggggggggg19"Whenever I see a door that says push I pull first to prevent conflicts"
My team is using Teams to share code snippets. And because I know they don't (know how to?) use git remotes, I have to share my code through Teams as well.