FUCKITY FUCK FUCK FUCK CAPITAL ONE!
Those assholes have wasted days of my time with recruiting. Two assesment tests, which I passed. Then phone interview. Then their shitty application website. Then an all day interview, which I spent the previous day prepping for.
And at the end, "you don't have the tech stack experience we are looking for." For FUCK SAKE, you shitballs didn't read my resume! What, you thought I was holding out on you?
Hey Capital One, What's in your ASS?!
Let the shitstorm begin
There's a pretty good chance my company's website is running some compromised JS, but bossMAN is not taking it seriously at all. I guess HE thinks HE knows better. Sooo... going over his head. If they fire me, so be it (I'm likely quiting anyway). At least if they try to pin it on me I have proof. Also, firing whistleblowers tends to get one interesting colored jumpsuits.
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I feel as though my boss as essentially retired on the job. He doesn't take the time to learn new things at all, instead relying on hear-say only and falling back to positions that agree with his long held biases.
Advancing the state-of-things feels like an up hill battle with him.
I know a lot of men look down on women in tech because they are deemed not assertive, but he's one of the men who has failed up by being lazy and relying on the old-boys-club to keep his salary.
I can't believe it has come to this.
If you are using your FOSS projects to limit choice and drive your political agenda, you are no more an agent of freedom than self indulgent corporations who use software to drive their commercial agendas. For instance, you are no different than Microsoft.
The freedom in free software isn't freedom to be told what to do, what to believe, what opinions to hold, and who to talk to.
Let the Fediverse be free and open to everyone.
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