Hi all! As an engineer, is it important to you how much of your code makes it into production? Do you frequently monitor the features and projects you deliver in production, even if it's not your direct responsibility?
In many software development practices, monitoring and maintaining code in production is considered a crucial part of the engineering process. It ensures that the code is functioning as expected and meeting the intended goals. Engineers may use various monitoring tools and techniques to track the performance, stability, and security of their code in production.
What? No, I worked in a few companies as a .NET Developer and never in any of thse companies anyone was looking about "how many lines of code" I've written. Everywhere and always I was held accountable for completed tasks.