Quoting Damon A. Getsman to Nancy Backus on 12-Jun-2015 22:13 <=-
That all sounds simply GREAT... :) Work that you can enjoy, and aIt's been really nice. Things have come along, such as my cat, that really rocked the boat and have made it a bit difficult to hit the
steady cashflow... :)
target number of hours lately, but that being said, I'm finding this
work experience much better than anything that I've had since at least 2001. It's soo nice to be able to do something that I don't loathe, something where I'm learning more in areas that I actually care about, and something where I'm pairing with my roommate which makes things a little bit more fun than they would probably be otherwise.
As with any technical field, there was bound to be some having to catchYeah. Well with the devops nature of this particular segment of
up with new developments... but with the basics in place, you shouldn't
be having too much trouble fitting the new stuff in... :)
work there's always going to be a bit of internal things that I have to learn due to a myriad of different suites and packages being deployed
to whatever particular situation. So there's always a bit of a curve which, despite being annoying at times, is kind of good from the standpoint that keeping a learning curve is good for the mind/brain in general, IMO.
It works for me. :) My web browsing (little enough as it is) is keptYeah I've had some systems that I made do with for a long time that
separate from my other computer pursuits.. And when I do, I can avoid
ads and popups etc simply because I'm using a text browser usually.. ;)
had solely text-browsing capabilities. It was always kind of a nice break from the media that pervades everything, and just being able to take time from it to read.
'Course web development has catered to that so far these days that
a disturbingly high percentage of those sites won't even render into
a format that can be displayed properly in a text-only browser any more.
I actually just resurrected a laptop of mine that is pretty much in
that status. It just doesn't really have the processing power to be handling full media and a bloated browser floating around in its RAM. Plus it's got some media issues, too, so it's a lot more reliable for just working and handling text-only sessions when that's what's desired.
(Sorry if I'm rambling or
jumping from topic to topic a little bit here; I've had some people relocate out here that are severely distracting me from what I was
trying to do in responding to this message since I started it)
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