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Twitter Engineer Publicly ‘Fired’ After Trying to One-Up His Boss, Elon Musk

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The extent to which a worker may effectively face the boss varies from workplace to workplace, but based on the events of Sunday and Monday, it is reasonable to say that openly addressing Twitter owner Elon Musk is not a job-protective strategy.

Musk began by apologizing for Twitter’s slowness in some regions, which was followed by Twitter developer Eric Frohnhoefer arguing with Musk over the course of many hours on Twitter.

It concluded with Musk’s rendition of former President Donald Trump’s famous line from “The Apprentice”: “He’s fired.”

The Verge provides an explanation of the technobabble for those who were unaware of its meaning.

Musks apology “implied that the poor performance is because the app does over 1,000 ‘poorly batched’ remote procedure calls to load the home timeline — basically saying the app has to reach out to other servers a bunch of times and wait for a response for each request,” it wrote.

Frohnhoefer not only disagreed, but went on to elaborate on how incorrect the boss was, contradicting those who argued that it was not the most prudent course of action.

Frohnhoefer and Musk then engaged in a public back-and-forth on the nature and scope of the issue. Musk asked the developer at one point what he had done to resolve a problem with Twitter on Android.

More on this story via The Western Journal:

“You probably don’t want this guy on your team,” one user wrote. CONTINUE READING…

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