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The SrcR(r)
Tech Entrepreneur. Software Developer. Artist.
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The SrcR(r) 17h
Replying to @TwitterSupport
If you need any help, , DM me. I've got 10 years software experience and can help lessen these technical woes.
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The SrcR(r) 17h
1 of my biggest struggles in the is that my head's always filled with big . In , that isn't readily encouraged. I can stay in my lane if necessary, but a 1-track is unsustainable 4 me. But This is how I'm gifted; this is how I'm .
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The SrcR(r) 22h
Replying to @DZoneInc
And if you're daunted by implementing these, you don't have to be! You can hire a developer like me to give you peace of mind. DM me--I can help.
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The SrcR(r) 22h
Replying to @amyngyn
Get into a deep discussion with a coworker. Deep, like, beyond how the weekend was. Who are they? What do they believe?
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The SrcR(r) Jan 20
Why does it seem like every alarm clock I've owned fails at being a clock? You had ONE job, alarm clock.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 20
You know those projects where you think, "Oh, all I have to do is increment all elements in the array by 1," but 2 hours later you took your computer apart and you're furiously doing an internet search on how to connect your sandwich maker to your video card slot?
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The SrcR(r) Jan 18
Replying to @darceyedwards
Sounds awesome! Can't wait to hear about it.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 18
Replying to @TheSrcRr
Something is that is actually the best day of the week. Shops are opening up, so to speak. Employers are at the ready to set up interviews. Then begins a frantic scramble to get noticed before everything shuts down again on Friday.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 18
Replying to @TheSrcRr
So if you happen to know of someone unemployed over the , reach out to them. They can't afford to buy you a meal, but that's okay. You don't need to pay for anything to spend time with someone. Weekends can be .
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The SrcR(r) Jan 18
Replying to @TheSrcRr
Then I'm stuck having to sit on my hands until Monday. Most people think of as a fun time to do what you want. But since most adult interactions are 💰-focused, I am stuck to either think or work freelance work.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 18
Replying to @TheSrcRr
Fridays & Weekends aren't all that fun, either. Most people think of as a happy day. For me, I sense the slow-down of in the job market. Searching past 3PM feels useless.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 18
Which is actually *worse* for security because it tells me your org stores passwords unencrypted. That's a huge no-no. Might want to mention this to your org.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 18
Replying to @ErynnBrook
Getting fired 🔥 out of the blue. I'm totally fine with the other pet peeves of being on the job. Means I'm employed. Just showing up 1 day for work, then suddenly not the next feels like it's not fair to my team.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 17
Replying to @Entrepreneur
me: if you don't invest in my company I'll cry! investor: well that's an interesting... me: ☹️ inv.: what are you doing? me: 😥 inv.: no, i didn't mean... me: 😫 inv.: are you alright? me: 😭 inv.: OK OK I'LL INVEST!
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The SrcR(r) Jan 17
So sorry to hear about layoffs happening at . For former employees interested in dreaming big & changing the world, I have a plan for a -centered business and looking for a in the venture. DM me for details.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 17
Replying to @TheSrcRr
Another recruiter (from NY) is trying to reach me on LinkedIn for an OR job. A "Fortune 500" company. Not that much of a mystery. Around here that's about 3 companies. At this point a recruiter wanting to connect has as much gravitas as 🍆 pics on Tinder.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 17
Replying to @TheSrcRr
As of yesterday it seems as though I have (successfully?) been ghosted by 2 recruiters.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 16
But most in are looking for people that fit neatly into a box, but much less so than band-aid jobs, which is why I have put a profile on , so that those who are looking for a neuroatypical employee can take advantage of that.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 16
Replying to @TheSrcRr
So I'll chronicle my job-searching endeavor. Perhaps someone will find it inspiring.
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The SrcR(r) Jan 16
Replying to @TheSrcRr
Whatever job I take my day is filled with intense anxiety, because I don't know if I'll make a mistake that day that will spell the end of my career. And sometimes, it has. Unlike most, though, I each mistake and take them as a learning experience to get better.
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