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I am a junior developer and my boss is quite rude to me. I am giving two examples,
I ask too many questions (I accept this fact but all of my questions are domain specific and could not be found on internet.) to learn the job good. One time after I asked something, he answered it very superficial and I did not understand and said: sorry, I did not understand and he said loudly: damn it (the German version of Damn it is quite rude)
The system did not start and I told him that the system could not be started and he completed my sentence "or you are not talented"
After these rude behaviours, I do not ask any new questions because I know myself, if he says something like that one more time, my reaction will be very hard, which I do not want.
I do not want to work with him anymore and it means also, I cannot work in the company because he is very experienced in his field. However, what I want is that I do not want to hide this rudeness against a junior developer to protect the person after me.
Before me, there was another developer, who left the company because of him but he did not say anything about his behaviours and I do not want to leave like him.
In which way should I express these to the "big boss" to make him realize that people are leaving the company because of him before I resign?