- Oct 20, 2015
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whose point of view, again?This comes from my family as well, so it's basically an order in their point of view because of this.
if it's a client you submitted your work to, as per their request, they have the right to judge your skills by their rules.
that doesn't make you less qualified, or them more certified at gauging that, but they were the ones initiating the trade by opening the job, and you offering yourself to it.
so.... their call.
and, your fault for not asking what was expected of you up front.
if it's a customer that came to buy or use one of your products designed by you, by your standards, and it works at what it's supposed to do, but doesn't fit their specifications, then they have no say in that.... it's *your* code, you made it standard, not to specification.