The current state of web development is exhausting. I got into it because it was fun and I got to create rather than only fix when working in IT. But now it's become this mountain of stuff to learn and I don't know if I have the energy or the want to do it. I don't know what my next step will be, but my hope is that in the next 5 years I'll be in a different career, preferably working for myself. #burnout #webdev #development #programming
@hund I tend to say "free open source software" because for the majority of people I've said it to understand it (Even if they don't fully get the open source bit). I tried saying Libre software, because I thought it was a little more concise, but found myself having to explain what it meant every time.
@ari literally every experience I've had with Java software is "this is broken why does anyone use it"
@lunduke I went to your site to subscribe to your RSS feed. The web developer in me wanted to convert your table to a css grid and make it responsive. Don't get me wrong, I don't want you to change a thing about it. My web dev OCD just kicked in.
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@malin Never thought of it that way but you're right! And I thought having no documentation was the worst.
@Katsudon @matt Absolutely. We can't have developers with their tickets and stories and sticky notes in different columns hanging around. Walking out of your office and changing requirements on a whim with no reason or discussion behind it is what good tried and true managerial skills is all about! /s
@matt I guess not. Even though from what she said, all 6 of us have had the same reason for leaving (the dev manager).