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GeneralI need a tool to visually track branches in git Pin
Michael Breeden25-Jun-21 8:32
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Michael Breeden26-Jun-21 3:07
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I've thought about that... I have, but right now is not the time and I have a psychological quirk that I'm almost unable to quit a problem. It can be a strength or a weakness. My personal project is now 4 decades in. Ya have to have a need... or an obsession.
The funny thing is that I just realized that my "managers", iteration managers, etc. are in a worse position than me. I worked for manager X who was a DBA kinda guy that spent 20 years building the typical vast Db network, full of business logic, that is typical of big corporations. He knew where everything was and how it worked. He was master of his domain and able to lead lieutenants like me that would go out and conquer whatever he said needed conquering. I could win my battles because he knew the scope of the war. Brilliant guy, great leader. Not perfect but as good as you could hope for.
Three years ago, the changes started with a new CTO that said we needed to up our game and go to the cloud. I've been working for a couple of years to move to do that. I'm an AWS certified Architect, I moved to .Net Core and took a bunch of other classes like the CTO said to. I'm pretty prepared for this... (just not to this insane lambda and not having the team scattered). They haven't prepared. Manager X who is now on the Plan Team, but necessarily works with our build team, needed me to archive 28 TB to S3. He made two large mistakes before doing what I told him was needed in the first place. It wasted over a week of my time, but really it is because he doesn't know cloud. They sell the cloud as being just like your on-prem data center, but it is nothing like it (for us especially because of the lambda). All the leads are now in a worse place than me. I tried to prepare. They didn't... which I understand. Inertia is that way. It is a "re-invention". I've done enough of them to know, but they hadn't. They have been told that Agile and JIRA will solve all their problems so they are working on that, but they are no longer masters of the IT technology as they were. While a pain for me, I suspect it is worse for them. I wonder how much they realize how much they depend on me.

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