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Joined 3Y ago
Cake day: May 30, 2020

This tech company pays every employee $185,657 USD
Although, the company is quite small and the barrier to entry is quite high. It is still very interesting to see companies setting set wages for every employee across the board and being this transparent about it. The article goes into their reasoning for doing this, definitely a good read.

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I found assisting in chip design to be very interesting.

@drdtoPollsβ€’*Permananently Deleted*

This so much, currently I’m using Progression but the dev has taken some features and put them behind a paywall :( . It would be great if we had an open-source alternative.

Yep, however I’ve never used Easy Apply. I try to fit the resume to the job description.

Probably less than or around 3-8 a week. I’m fortunate in that I’m currently employed and don’t have issues with my employer so it gives me time, not really in a rush right now.

Someone send this to TSMC asap.

Wow, this might be useful. Thanks for sharing.

Even worse when you live in a high cost of living state or area. πŸ™ƒ Recently I went over my monthly expenses and man can things blow up if not monitored frequently. Did not know most of us die in debt, not really surprising but still ridiculous.

RSS Feeds (Miniflux) , which consists of mostly technology/current news feeds. Some that I frequently find myself reading the most would have to be The Verge and MotherBoard.

Interesting, I’ve been using the script today and I like it. Now I may be able to add AP or Reuters feeds again without them covering the whole page and making less frequent feeds difficult to notice. Thanks for sharing!

Reminds me of DashDucks, a twitch stream that when you subscribe you get to feed ducks once a day. Occasionally someone in the chat will feed them. I used to feed them lol.

Definitely a new computer, preferably one with a sweet graphics card so I could get into PC gaming/emulation. Intel HD Graphics are not doing it for me lol.

That’s funny, he talked about this today actually. Turns out he asks simple questions on purpose.

@drdtoasklemmyβ€’Good "Podcasts" on YouTube?

I like Lex Fridmans Artificial Intelligence Podcast. The guests he has on are sometimes pretty interesting ex. George Hotz, Jack Dorsey, Bjarne Stroustrup, Whitney Cummings just to name a few.

I’m still trying to find a balance :)

One thing I’ve done recently is reduce my Reddit usage as it was likely a small source of stress, especially during these times. Instead I mainly use Miniflux hosted on a raspberry pi to access a variety of RSS feeds and I’ve found it very enjoyable.


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