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Nadya Primak | BLM
Socialist who writes code for money and tries to make the tech industry a better place by calling it out on its bullshit.
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Nadya Primak | BLM 13h
On that note.. thank you and for contacting me.
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Nadya Primak | BLM 13h
Also I left my wallet in a Lyft while I was moving and my Lyft driver went above and beyond contacting my banks but NONE of my banks would contact me. Then he reached out to a contact from a business card and they used Twitter/Slack to reach me! WOW
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Nadya Primak | BLM 13h
Nothing like moving out of a mediocre apartment with a tiny bathroom and galley kitchen into a shiny new condo with wooden floors and granite countertops to make you feel like you're going up in the world. Though I have the accompanying guilt of.. do I deserve it?
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 15
I'm moving in two days. This is the longest I've lived in one place since college. Not moving far, just across town but its our very first home and it feels like a milestone so I'm having the feels.
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 15
Well this is positively adorable.
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Stephen Leccese Oct 15
Valid, but have you argued with any Neo-Confederates, Holocaust deniers, tankies, anti-vaxxers, ....
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Replying to @recoveredjackie
However adoption of no code tools is still pretty low, and some of them are more expensive than hiring a developer depending on where you live and whether you are outsourcing your team.
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Replying to @recoveredjackie
It's a good question. What might happen is we have more "citizen developers" who know how to use no code tools to build simple websites/apps. In which case the barrier to entry could get higher to become a dev, because they would only be needed for more complex applications.
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Replying to @nadyaprimak
Not saying that there isn't a time and a place for coding but there are so many apps that don't actually require coding. Kind of like how a lot of apps are just glorified spreadsheets
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Just did the first tutorial for no-code tool Bubble and holy shit.. this is a game changer. Not sure if that means I have to hand in my programmer card but like.. why should I spend hours writing code if I can drag and drop some shit in 5 seconds?
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Replying to @drlaradurrant
I'm sorry you are experiencing some chronic health issues :( that is really tough
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Replying to @recoveredjackie
Thank you! I'm really glad :)
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Replying to @GreatWhiskahs
But my headspace is not great its true
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Replying to @GreatWhiskahs
Yeah it feels like I've worked at so many different tech companies Im not super confident that one exists where I would be happy.
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Replying to @recoveredjackie
Yeah Im waiting to hear back from a coding mentor position. It might be the best fit for me but not sure I'm going to get it at this point
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Least surprising news of the day.
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
I dont know what I want to do anymore for my career. Make games? Make art? Keep doing what I'm doing even though I'm not happy?
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 14
Ok this is pretty cool. Kinda want to go
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Nadya Primak | BLM Oct 13
Putting a game on Steam was on my bucket list, but I don't insist that step is necessary. It does help to learn how the process works and what sorts of info game devs can access. It's also feels good to say you have a game on Steam!
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