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What a grand day. Fucking brilliant.

So I enjoy my work and people around, no matter how dense they are. Lol

(Today, on a call with 15 people, we were teaching a dev to do a Google search and after multiple attempts she managed to perform Bing search with failed output but we didn't achieve the Google act)

I get to innovate, do my own stuff at my own pace and whatever the fuck I want.

I get to define processes and innovate to next level.

Today, on a steady pace, I churned out decent output and was productive all day.

Didn't have any shitty social distractions and was able to focus by actively participating in all the meetings.

What more? I spent 1.5 hours on side project with my design co-founder where we discussed ton of ideas and did a good progress.

A 12 hour shift and zero stress at all. Damn!! I am not even tired or zoned out.

Not sure whether this is because of 6 day down time that I had or my passion for my work.

If it's former then I fear as the tension builds up, the constant urge for downtime will be needed, which is not cool. If the latter, the I am loving this.

I so badly want to move full time into my side project.

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  • 3
    I see Diwali paid off for ya :)
  • 1
    @3rdWorldPoison yeah man. This Diwali was much better.
  • 1
    I thought being dense was cool. Dense with ideas and knowledge ?
  • 3
    Good for you :D
    But how the FUCK does one become dev without knowing how to google .-.
  • 3
    @r20408e122449d being dumb level dense.

    @SoldierOfCode there are many of them out there in the wild. Anytime you run into a shit software and wonder who built this, remember such idiots exist.
  • 3
    @r20408e122449d Dense usually means new information does not penetrate the skull.
  • 2
    “Dense” stems from “thick skull” which in turn means someone has a small brain. Small brain means someone is stupid, so: dense -> stupid.

    🌈🌠
  • 2
    @Root People who actually have thick skulls: Buddhist monks. They subject their bodies to stress which toughens them up. I saw videos of children monks that were impacting their heads on the ground to build up tolerance to pain and increase bone density. Interesting lifestyle.
  • 2
    @Demolishun I would worry about brain damage. It’s all I have 😭
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