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Sunday, August 11, 2019

Dealing with badly-written projects on time.

I started a new job about a month ago to gain experience working in a team and learning Agile (I have been freelancing for a while) and after the interview, I have been told that my experience/knowledge is very good to experienced (Full-Stack Engineer), but I have to start first as a junior.

The company has a product that will be launching soon, and I'm responsible for fixing hundreds of issues (Frontend and Backend) before the release. All of the issues so far are easy given the fact that I already have worked a lot before. The problem is that the project is very badly written. Everywhere I go, I have to refactor what's in front of me before fixing the actual issue. This is making my progress very slow and I don't want the CEO, CTO, the seniors or anyone to think that I don't know what I'm doing. What's driving me crazy is the fact that I know the solution of 100% of the issues, but I, by no means, can finish this one time due to the bad practices and the smelly code in the project. I also stay at the company after my scheduled leave time (2~3 hours everyday) to complete my daily tasks.

I need an advice. I am so stressed and started to doubt my skills. Should I practice more? Should I resign? I have already told the CTO about the bad practices and he agrees with me, but he told me that if he were to work on these issues, he'd have solved them in no time.

Thank you for reading!

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