re: Should you Fire a Coworker for Making an Honest Mistake? VIEW POST

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If you can be sacked for a bug, then the employment laws in the country you live in are fucked.
Never, ever heard of somebody losing their job for introducing a bug; pointless post.

 

Depends on how you define a "bug". You can get fired for pushing the wrong things to production: dev.to/jake/comment/21m9

 

That's not a bug, that's intentionally being a dick to someone then accidentally pushing your stupid, mean prank to production. Not even close to a bug...

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