I work at a company that mainly uses Drupal to build websites for important clients. I've been there since early january 2017, and it's no secret that I can't stand this technology, yet I have to work with it. In my free time, I work with Ruby (on Rails) and build some small projects. A few months ago I made a mistake the allowed a coworker to find some passwords for my external accounts, and teach me an unpleasant lesson.
I fixed my mistakes, changed all my passwords, made sure I'd never do the mistake ever again, then resumed my life. But since this moment, I have an odd feeling that everything I can publish on twitter (public account, but whatever I publish only binds me), is read by some of my coworkers and is made fun of. A "proof" that has been made is that I published a code snippet on Twitter and mentionned two friends, and while I told nothing to no one at work, a coworker came to me and told me that my code could have been improved. When I asked him how he knew and who told him, he just said that he "knew everything". Right.
I'm the youngest where I work (24 years old), I lack experience but am learning fast, and I try and do my best at whatever task one needs me to do. I work in a room with 9 other people, and only one person works on the same project as me. I don't believe that each of these 9 guys are actively mocking me, but I do have the feeling that those who don't mock are at least aware. None of them are my friends. I just feel kind of sad that this happens and that I can't trust anyone.
This Monday, I'm going to meet one of my managers to speak about something about my job that has nothing to do with this whole story, but I'm planning on talking to him about this whole story. Should I?