If you're struggling with time management, learn about how others approach it. Here's some information that may help: https://socialwork.buffalo.edu/content/dam/socialwork/home/self-care-kit/exercises/time-management.pdf
💭 what if corporations were the beginning of #Anarchy ideals, paraphrasing those as: “no borders, no hierarchy, no limits, justice for all, freedom for all…”
We cannot restart from a void seed. The adventure is to fix the ship while flying it.
After much thought, it is clear the decision-making process is not only in the hands of a couple of agents.
~/ #git add . && git commit -am “WIP” && assume (good ^ evil) & bug-fix
#mezangelle + fixes
> He said other risks, such as the use of AI-controlled weaponry in the military, were more pressing.This is entirely true. All the focus on AGI, which may or may not happen at some point, distracts from:
France Connect coupe la connexion avec l'Assurance Maladie.
I used to play this game: anytime I cross the path with two+ people that look alike, I used to say the wor7d: #doom.
Things changed lately around me, so I can't play this game anymore
I have the opposite experience regarding this:
> most companies provide a sub-standard developer experience [because] they roll their own in-house solutions, which decay and become technical debt over time
Building your own tool, hence investing in the skills of your people is not wasted time, it is an added value to your company.
OP is selling the idea that we just need to buy their ideas, and their software, and for the rest of our life money will fall from the sky in our pockets.
If you practice getting the work done, even the difficult things done, you may be able to make it work.
If you can't: make some noise, and people will chime in to tell you that you are wrong, dig in, and you learn something new, rubber duck debugging style.
Giving up, leads to more giving up.
In this blog post, I’ll prove this to you with data. I present a measurement I call “Time Till Open-Source Alternative” (TTOSA) which represents how long a proprietary software lasted without a direct open-source alternative.
“Time Till Open-Source Alternative” @ https://staltz.com/time-till-open-source-alternative.html
> Open source is coming for your business. It is just a matter of time before there exists a compelling open source alternative to your software. It won’t happen overnight, it will start out as a poor alternative, but slowly growing to become the robust and cheap (in fact, free!) solution that everyone uses.
Quoting “Software below the poverty line” @ https://staltz.com/software-below-the-poverty-line.html
> The struggle of open source sustainability is the millennium-old struggle of humanity to free itself from slavery, colonization, and exploitation. This is not the first time hard-working honest people are giving their all, for unfair compensation.
If nobody is replying to your threads, and grammarly^W https://languagetool.org/ says it is good grammar.
Find another community.