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A recruiter emailed me.
And called me (and left a voicemail).
AND texted me.

About a job opportunity in California (I live in Texas).

That requires experience writing performance critical and thread-safe code in a large multi-threaded codebase (I work primarily in JavaScript/TypeScript ecosystem, fat chance of that).

Responsibilities listed as: Focus on Supercharger Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) software features. I don’t even know what the fuck that means.

Opportunity is for a 3 month contract.

Why are you so desperate, lady?

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  • 3
    Did you move already?
  • 0
    @electrineer I think we have stale info.

    Find the darkweb guy and lets break his toes with ikea planks
  • 3
    This is your chance to let the cars concurrently charge and reach 100% in < a min
  • 2
    They obviously need a more event driven approach. The current codebase is a mess.
    You are the Supercharged hero they need.
  • 2
    Also not knowing about a protocol should not be like a big deal in your job hunt.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

    https://openchargealliance.org/my-o...

    Didn't know about it even though it was invented in my country (that fits about 16 times in Texas, so probably invented by my neighbour)
  • 5
    @hjk101 I’m not even looking for a job! I have a job! A full-time, fully-remote job! No idea why anyone would think I’d give it up for a three month contract in another state.
  • 1
    California...
  • 1
    @Demolishun A far cry from Texas
  • 2
    I wish you could charge them somehow like have them pre-agree to things they have to keep so then their mistakes are actually costly to them

    but alas

    maybe like "if you sign up to my patreon I will have that interview with you" or something and hope they forget to turn off the subscription
  • 2
    Well you have the traits.

    JS is single-threaded. Cannot be more safe-thread then that :D
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