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There is no good company. There is only your skill and how much you improve it.

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  • 2
    If there are bad companies, there are good ones too.
  • 1
    There are no perfect companies but there are good ones.
  • 0
    There were good companies, at least before lockdown - I worked at one which had a top-notch canteen, good workload, got to apply my skills while listening to whatever music I wanted.

    Then lockdown happened and all of that ended. Now I'm just looking for a programming job that allows me a life outside of work. At least many that don't do this have the decency to say so - they seem quite proud of it.
  • 2
    “Good” is subjective, if you have unreleastic expectations then sure - there’s probably no “good” company.
  • 5
    I worked for a good company once.
    It was nice.

    It wasn’t perfect, but it was nice.
  • 1
    My experience with companies has always been trial and error. Although I can say that all the startups I’ve worked at were really not great in terms of workloads and of people and their attitudes.
  • 2
    To be fair there are no "companies" — there are people who unite and put their effort into building things and improving skills
  • 0
    @Khazbs hahaha, joke's on corporate hell
  • 0
    @vintprox If not, then fuck those people and un-brew their goddamn coffee: https://coub.com/view/38znts
  • 0
    @Khazbs lol that’s hilarious 😂
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