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homomorphicanus220183dThat's what happens when normies learn to use the internet (what was once obscure), everyone stops having time for what would be today called a "stupid question" because they get so many
crappycode71183dIrc is still alive and well especially if you're looking at programming subjects
But I'm sadly less into programming now and more into ...
I don't know. Jack of all trades. IRC was great when I had the calmness and time for it - but most of my topics won't be covered by IRC ( I think ? ).
Plus my contract forbids me from sharing the necessary details - another thing that's really disturbing. The higher the pay, the more a contract reads like a fictional contract with a lawyer straight from hell.
Just to give a rough idea...
My first contract had a top of max. 10 paragraphs regarding "restrictions" and "limitations" - be it data protection, non competition clauses, non disclosure agreements.
My last contract... Roughly 10 - 12 pages.
Yes. P A G E S. DIN A4… Font size 11.
I had every contract checked before with a lawyer... It's ridiculous.
Don't know if it has to do with management or paranoia of HR, but it's one of the things I heavily dislike, too.
Having a lawyer explaining you all kinds of limbos, possible penalties, etc is rather unsettling.
bittersweet9I think the main issue with Computer Science is that it's considered an Academic study, while 99% of work is v...
JsonBoa17Most kids just want to code. So they see "Computer Science" and think "How to be a hacker in 6 weeks". Then th...
vane1start teaching people how and why to delete code instead of teaching them only how to write code compare func...