has reached the end-of-life and is now read-only. Please see the EOL announcement for details If they've specialized in something new, they might have had time to develop one useful skill, but generally the "kids" are literally where I was 2-3 decades ago.

I'm OK with teaching them, as long as I have time, but wouldn't trust their checkins without review.

I also don't have to collaborate a lot, just solve customer problems (often created and left behind by juniors) or work on my own things. If I had to be in a giant corporate machine again that'd be a different social problem.

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