There may be an inverse correlation between greatness of cleverness and lines of code added to make the hack happen.
Handed off the last of the infra work to someone else. Manager said that learning best happens through struggle, and he said I leveled up through this effort.
Told my manager that this shit isn't going to get done any time soon, even though they need me back to UI work on Monday. Let's see how he takes it. 🍿
Me: <question about service, propose an answer>
Senior Eng: We don't need to worry about that.
_16 hours of flapping containers later_
Senior Eng: <answer I proposed yesterday>
The question is now becoming, how do I break both my hands at once so I don't have to work on this anymore?
Heebie-geebies effectively destroyed by a constant stream of "one more thing to fix" on the infra side of things.
Finally getting those end-of-project heebie-geebies.
At the least, it’s looking like this stretch is 80% waiting on other people to do things for me.
Also, the final track rambles on a bit too much for my taste.
Majority of that time has been trying to correctly type our usage of some shit third-party library. Reviewer now doesn't think it'll work, and said they're ok with me abandoning the changes I've made at their request.
I've sunk at least an hour into addressing feedback on a PR that's ostensibly a "quick and simple" bug fix.
do dope, fuck hope
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