when someone not familiar with this line of work asks me what i do as a software engineer i always think of Kelzo on career day https://youtu.be/TdqRqRXeS-Q?t=148
@HerraBRE yeah that's what bothers me too. do what ever you want with your body, i don't care. but herd immunity is a thing and you are endangering *everybody* by being antivaxx
@andrioid when the coffee machine was broken the last time it took a week to be fixed. people turned into zombies and there was a riot. so yeah, get a contingency plan people
@deshipu i sincerely hope i am not *that* guy
@donavon thanks, i'll try to do this more often
@gcupc oh and thanks for the link, like it
@ischade don't be. i agreed with the boss on a deadline, if until then it doesn't get better i'll leave the company. so either way in a few months everything will be better
@ischade it's looking at very old legacy swamps of monoliths to find out how it currently works cause nobody knows and there is no documentation (or the docs lie).
this is done to add things to those swamps instead of breaking the new feature out into it's own thing, like the whole company agreed on. but it never happens.
that's why it's bad in my case. otherwise i would agree with you
@trickster it's tricky stuff. turning that on is systemwide, and apparently it breaks tons of stuff
Life is complicated
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