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git-out
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Ffs. Am I sick or is it normal that after almost a year at current company, I still love it and have nothing to rant about? It makes me happy and sad at the same time that i have nothing to rant about and this is the only rant i can come up with

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  • 1
    what company are you working for, the government? I don't think unemployment is a job title, though some might would argue that point.
  • 0
    Nope it's a web development company @M1sf3t
  • 0
    well damn... they hiring? 😅
  • 0
    @M1sf3t prolly will look for front-end dev in near future
  • 0
    @git-out remote by chance? I do front end 😁
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    @M1sf3t dunno about that we only had one remote front-ender and damn he was bad heh
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    @git-out I can see that. Frontend is a little like playing bass, easy as hell to learn how but to be great and stand out, it really takes talent. Ends up serving as an entry point for a lot of bad, clueless "musicians". I wouldn't say I'm great at it by a long shot, but I generally keep my code organized almost to the point of a fault and you give me a problem long enough and I'll generally have you about 6 options worked out before I'm done. I'm also moving to a house thats paid for by the end of the year, so I can work for pretty much whatever I want to, which at the moment isn't very much all things considered. Making a few bucks doing this beats the hell out of turning wrenches any day.
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    @M1sf3t so you're really interested? Heh
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    Of course, I was just about to start putting in apps as soon as I finish my current project. I've got a mechanic service I've been running over the road by myself for the past 3 years and I'm burnt out. I got into this because I needed a webpage and the first guy I hired dicked me around so bad, I said I'd just learn to do it myself rather than take another chance. I contract out to some of the indie shops around here as an electrician too so the plan is to put them on my site, integrate their records and calendars with a contact generated form and then use that as portfolio piece to find a dev job. I'll still probably do some of the contract work, but that generally consists of me showing up, running some test and then giving them my diagnosis. I rarely even bill them until they have their parts in and the mechanic on duty succeeded in installing them before I stop back by to for a check. Keeps me in their good graces.
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    @M1sf3t ohhh okay, buddy, i'll contact my PM about that pos ;)
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    sweet, thanks. It would be a nice change to start making a little money doing this. I've been at it for a year or two now but its all been either for a personal project or a friend. I don't have any sorta formal education on the subject, but I picked it up all the same on my own. Think having a horrible high school algebra teacher may have contributed to some of it, I had to teach myself that from a book as well. I do have some formal drafting and design courses under my belt so vector editors and I get along pretty well. Also took quite a few writing courses in college, but I was back and forth with the Guard so much that I never finished. Right now I'm studying swift so that'll be on my resume before long.
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