So I am working as a temp basically for a banking institution that has me restricted from downloading Git, it creates a Bitbucket repo for me but I am denied access to the repo that was created on my behalf because apparently I cannot create my own repo.
I am starting to get really frustrated that I cannot do the same job I have done for years in many other organizations simply because this banking institution confuses security with total control. I mean it becomes unreasonable when you are blocking me from the tools I need to do my job and then asking myself and my team member how fast can you get this stuff done. Um, well you guys don't even have a versioning tool that we have permission to upload to and stay organized.
What can I do about this? How do I address this? I am really getting frustrated here.
Another quick example, I have to go fill out a form to request
npm only to have that
npm and Node that was installed not allow me access to the
npm repository, now why in the world would you go ahead and install these things on my machine for me and then disable their ability to pull from
Anyway, any words of wisdom out there?
Like do I address this to the temp agency? Do I address the supervisor whom is a permanent employee and I am sure he is totally aware of how his employer works?