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Should I be less technical at work?

I wanted to know if I was wrong to demonstrate technical skills while I was new to the place In my entire career I've drawn in skills I happened to have in other disciplines if it helped a) improve ...
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Should I be less technical at work?

I wanted to know if I was wrong to demonstrate technical skills while I was new to the place. You were not (morally) wrong, but it is easy to imagine that some colleagues who are comfortable in their ...
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Should I be less technical at work?

There's real intelligence and "emotional intelligence". With enough "real intelligence" you can easily fake any "emotional intelligence" that you might or might not be ...
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How does one develop the mentality to suck it up and work without developing negativity about their job?

That sounds a lot like resentment to me. And it sounds like you feel you are not in control. What is it exactly that they do to trigger the resentment? If you feel you are not in control you might ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

I did it once- and at a company that would be many people's dream job. The culture was just not a fit for me. It took weeks to get me code access, I was prohibited from talking about my work ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

I did exactly the same. Worked for one month, took my money and quit the next day. There was a toxic culture in that company. I think it was a good decision. Before and after that I've had long-term ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

Yes, leave quickly and don't look back. And if I were interviewing you, I would listen to you explain, even complain, if you could tie it to code quality and maybe come equipped with a couple ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

I don't know where you are, but around here it's standard to have 1-3 months of "trial" or "probation" period for jobs. This period is meant to give both you and your employer a ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

So is it okay to quit this job just after a month of joining? Depends what you mean by "ok". It's certainly not illegal as long as you follow proper process and don't break any contracts or ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

Fact is that as one person you are not going to change how the company with 500 developers is working - unless you manage to work your way up to vp of software development in 20 years time, but there ...
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How does one develop the mentality to suck it up and work without developing negativity about their job?

Seek some professional help. If you feel like you have some unresolved issues due to your past (you mentioned your upbrining in your question), that hinder you in your job and daily life, the best ...
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How does one develop the mentality to suck it up and work without developing negativity about their job?

You being too tired is the red flag to me. This indicates burnout to me. Are you not just simply pushing yourself too hard? Very few people in IT management truly understand how exhausting prolonged ...
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How does one develop the mentality to suck it up and work without developing negativity about their job?

There's always going to be stuff to deal with on a job. That's why it's called "work". And people are flawed, so no matter where you go, there's going to be someone who gets under your skin....
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How does one develop the mentality to suck it up and work without developing negativity about their job?

I see two potential issues here. here have been some instances where my boss was not happy with my work and said something to me in passive aggressive tone Use of passive-aggressive tone is a no-go ...
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How does one develop the mentality to suck it up and work without developing negativity about their job?

My parents have been controlling throughout my childhood The first thing to do is take ownership of your problem and stop blaming others and projecting old situations on to new ones. They are not in ...
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