So I'm interviewing for some dev help here in the Boston area and while I'm talking to plenty of qualified guys, they are all just that - white, middle aged guys, just like me & the rest of my team.
I am desperately seeking a woman and/or person of color to interview! Any ideas where I should look? Any groups here in the area I can talk to? Check out the jobs here:
Does anybody else here secretly love air travel and hotels? The wait at the gate, the flight crew’s routine, the baggage claim, the lobby, the weird hallways, the prepared room? The Brian Eno soundtrack? The ice bucket you won’t use? The RFID door lock?
The notion that you’re a guest someplace distinctly different from home— and the notion that you slit the atmosphere to get there?
The version of your life that fits in a fifty pound checked bag?
The sense that you’re lightweight and portable?
while #telegram is down (at least for some) take this as an oportunity to reflect:
- do you rely on a centralized service
- telegram runs on proprietary software
- it can't federate and creates by that something known as 'walled gargen'
- there are great alternatives you might like
for future use:
briar (in beta) has p2p
Mastodon and now Scuttlebutt / #ssb all over my news feeds! This has been a very exciting week :)
I've just looked around and found this old tweet. I'm understanding the situation a bit better now..
I keep hearing that this image depicting centralized vs. decentralized vs. distributed systems is misleading and bad. Based on my understanding, it's pretty good. Can someone fill me in?
It's kinda weird to think about a social network where businesses own their own presences, rather than relying on a capricious third party service like Twitter or Facebook. Imagine NBC or The Verge running a Mastodon instance for their reporters to toot from, or Bethesda operating an instance for PR and customer support. No more lost business when Facebook changes their algorithms again because they need more money from boosted posts.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!