And Apple too, of course. They are not in any way exempt from this. It makes me so disheartened that I have to get a Mac for my job, not because Linux won't run the software - it's all running in Docker - but because all the _other_ devs have Macs so that's what they've standardized the build environment and compliance on.
@tindall As IT guy (after my useless dev diploma), the only limitation I had was "it's better to do nothing than to do harm".
Makes 99% of jobs out there unsuitable, and because I could afford to not work most of the time, I just went with it (for the 1% remaining, I tried a few thing, but I somehow realized they were mostly "rare/very wanted" jobs, and it'd be just wrong to steal it from people who need it.
I finally created my own small 1 guy company. But it's luxury. It's not fair. :(
@tindall It's really not fair that we'd live in a world where it's acceptable to work for stuff we don't believe in. It's like... Autoritarian ? What we do everyday is the most political thing of all. People work everyday.
But being picky on the job is a luxury of a few. It's like... Unbearable. Why is this still a thing ? With internet, people talking and sharing... And still. We are here. This is puzzling.