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re: First, the analogy of splitting the canvas into 5 doesn't work. Even though you're working on a single feature, you can see the whole canvas and (o...
 

It sounds like the problem you're experiencing is lack of communication and agreement. Code isn't going to fix a human problem.

I suggest you tackle the problem at the layer it manifests instead of trying to reinvent a square wheel at a lower layer.

After years of working on several companies and projects the only thing I saw in common were two:

  • lack of communication.
  • the managers always wanted more.

If you have some suggestions on the communication part please tell.

Based on personal experience, I would say, don't give in. Instead push for change, hard. Sometimes you will hit a brick wall and will have to move on. But then you find a team (and a manager) that's a joy to work with and work becomes a pleasure.

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