Mastodon is growing up, so I will introduce myself.
Hello everybody, read my bio if you want to know who I am.
I could define me as a polyglot developer, but not yet.
Also I have a Konoha headband.
Además de los rumores de un nuevo Shovel Knight solo para Switch, que el primero en 3DS me pareció genial y divertidísimo.
En realidad mis argumentos de peso para convencerme a mi mismo de que comprar una Switch es buena idea, es la saga Diablo. Diablo II y D2: Lord of Destruction los tengo en PC (¡originales!) y desde ahí no he continuado la saga. Pero el recientemente conocer que Immortal podría aparecer en Switch y que Eternal Collection (Diablo III y sus expansiones) ya está en consolas, me plantea un nuevo enfoque para una consola portátil.
I'm in love with this mechanical keyboard. Because compact, blue switches and bluetooth available. Also ISO layout! But I'm concerned about Linux compatibility.
Teacher: Does anyone of you know Lua programming language?
Me: Me. I know Lua and I like it as scripting language. I have even some games written in Lua.
Teacher: Does it's true? Can you prepare an example and teach us the basics of Lua and how to write a script for Nmap Scripting Engine?
And that's how I become the teacher now.
Yesterday I had a job interview. Today I've been asked for another one.
Since I left my previous job on August, 2020, I had two interviews (August, December). And since January, 2021, this will be the third one. I guess I wasn't looking for it in the right way. So here we go, Django remote developer offer!
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