We all make mistakes, but some mistakes are fatal ending up with devastating consequences just like one of those Amazon engineers who’s typo error caused a major service outage worldwide. But then there’s this man “/cscareerthrowaway567” who recently posted on Reddit explaining that he accidentally destroyed a production database on the first day of his job, how he was fired and now facing legal action from the company.
“Accidentally destroyed production database on the first day of a job, and was told to leave, on top of this I was told by the CTO that they need to get legal involved, how screwed am I?”
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According to the Reddit post: