Literally me @ Germany:
Escaping the US seems like a pipe-dream at this point. You get a degree in the study of a country basically and they don't even have the decency to take you in. Although, if I remember correctly because my not-so-far-back family is from Germany it would slice about 2 years off of the citizenship process. I think knowing German also slices about 2 years off, so I am off to a good start. Any German Bureaucrats of Immigration on here, hit me up.
I just was introduced to Scaleway, which is a French Cloud company, and decided just to peek at the jobs available. First of all the perks include onsite Chef and Bedroom. From what I am gathering just from the few things I have seen, they actually have what is basically a dormitory in Paris right now. My assumption would be because of Covid, and that is a very interesting idea actually.
Also I was looking at the positions available just for fun, and it's like someone interviewed me about my interests and made positions. Go, Python, Kubernetes, other Dev Ops goodness, English(Lol I don't speak French, just English and Germans). If anyone works there that is on here hit me up. I think I would love working there, and I really really want to escape the US. Like, I can feel my life-expectancy dropping by the day.
I keep bumping into Christine Dodrill's work lately. I discovered her blog and read the heck out of most of that. I just saw a post by her on lobsters, I just saw another link to her blog on another blog that's in the merveilles webring. I swear to all that is holy if she is here too I'll poop myself.
It's very interesting seeing whose work I wind up passing near. I would say orbit but that's too permanent. All these amazing, inspiring people that I've never talked to and may never get to meet. A lot of personalities in the security community, Rust, Go, Python communities. It's wild man. If any of you see this, thank you so much for being there to help me on my journey. You may not know you were but you were and I'm eternally grateful to you.
I found one of the tools you mentioned: Hardly-Everything, but where can I find Eveything? I wanted to take a look at both of them.
We love our good friend Robot Bulbasaur, otherwise known as HEXA, which helps keep your plants alive by chasing the sunlight.
I made a little thing on Glitch for making blackout poetry, so you can be emo on the internet faster and more efficiently https://blackoutpoetry.glitch.me
Or was it?
Like, my brain feels like it's on one side of my head and I feel like I'm on the other. Of course I may have a neurological issue so...