Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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What the hell is going on in these people’s heads? How do they manage to turn a discussion about technical issues (pros and cons of CSS in JS) into a moral quest?





And, regarding the second person’s point A — why should anyone think that everyone has the time to learn stuff (e.g. tooling)? Why is this even a goal? Why should everyone have the time to do any particular thing? But then again, why should employers care whether you had the time to do something or not? How is this anyone else’s problem but your own?

Snowflake mandevs my ass!
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