I finally signed a job offer today.
Position is migrations specialist, I'll be handling automating some of the migrations process with python.
It's not a Dev role which I would have preferred, but they told me if I'm successful with this I will be able to transfer to a Dev role. The pay is pretty good and decent benefits. Plus the office is nice and in a great location.
I start July 16th.
Today I got an email from the director of software development at the place that I've been interviewing with for the past month that said.
"Thank you for applying and interviewing at ___, I reviewed the feedback from your interview and would like to follow up on that. What is the best phone number and time slots to reach you?"
So many people act like Tesla's are somehow good for the environment and them buying one is going to help save the world. The fact is though, teslas are only a marginal improvement and do not address any of the real environmental issues caused by car ownership.
If you really care about the planet riding a bike or taking public transit is the solution.
I'm in the process of completing a background check for the interview I had two weeks ago. They told me they want to hire me for the migrations position, they want me to work on developing tools to automate the migrations using python. It sounds like an interesting job so I am excited to start!
Right now though I have to complete this background check using HireRight. Right now I'm waiting on HR from the new job to complete a form for HireRight.
Hacker news comments are worse than YouTube. Change my mind.
Physicists debate a completely unbacked idea proposed by a physicist who spent the tail end of his career spreading popsci garbage.
Hackernews user solves the debate within three short paragraphs while having 0 real understanding of physics.
As a BB10 lover I would welcome this with open arms.
It's tomorrow at 3:15pm. My Korean girlfriends parents are also coming to Canada tomorrow morning. Itll be my first time meeting them. So tomorrow will be a busy and stressful day. And hopefully one that will get me a job lol.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..