A developer has been able to identify multiple errors which are slowing down a website. They pointed out a few now someone in upper management wants him to find and list all errors and pass the list to the internal team. Should he do it or pitch the idea of just fixing the problems himself?


Some more context:
“I have been speaking with a potential client who is having issues with their website. Their current developer costs a lot of money and when they implement updates functionality of different aspects of the site break.

I gave them some bullet points of what’s wrong with the site. I was emailed by someone in upper management asking for a list of things wrong with the site for them to give to their developers to fix.

Have you had this happen and how should I respond? I’m not in the business to teach another developer everything they need to do to fix their client’s website.”

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