Thanks for your honest criticism of yourself. I would add that this:
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This is something the company I work for now still does. I’ve only been here almost 2 years now and our in-house software makes me cringe. They emphasized function over form, which I can understand when you need a solution *now* — but this was years ago now and they’re paying for it. The devs have been too busy trying to add features the company wants while ignoring the pleas of the users to make it a less excruciating experience to use the software

On top of that, my department uses a ticketing system developed by a third party. Software that has missing features 2+ years after they were requested. Simple things like sortability in search results…

Software lives and dies by its users

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