It's been a fantastic 5 years at DNSimple, but it's time to start a new chapter in my career. May will be my last month with DNSimple. I'll be taking June off from work and focusing on some self care and personal projects I've put off for far too long. As of July I will be joining Packet Host as a Senior Software Engineer under the Product Engineering team. Pretty excited and terrified at the same time, but I think it's my next career challenge I'm up for tackling.
Finally closing out GearBlast in style with a classy drink. Made lots of folks happy and got to do a scene that left me spent and in tears (happy tears). Will be bittersweet to do tear down, but I’m proud of how far the event has come and how well I’ve grown with it. I’m still torn on what makes me happy with events like this between socializing or getting play. Life stuff clouded a bit of my headspace, but I made the best of it.
Cheers to 5 years and hopefully many more 🍻
Trying to beat the incoming snow (I blame @kieran) on my way to the DNSummit in Florida.
What I'd pay for instantly is a happy medium between Slack and Discord. Slack is more or less a web-ified IRC, but their un-federated logins make it a HUGE pain to manage multiple accounts (I have 15 now). What I liked about Discord before they slowed their app down with games was the federated login with multiple servers. Adding people was easy that way and you had global direct messages so it was basically IRC on one network with multiple larger rooms (servers) and easy voice and video.
Happy #fursuitfriday everyone! Have a cute picture of me and @email@example.com at IFC last year.
Bi, Furry, Musical, Coding Geek sporting Ruby Red Hair working with dnsimple. Husband to Aevin1387. I talk about code, food, drinks, and equality in tech.
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