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Groq & Flexible Part TIme

Woohoo! Did my phone interview for Groq at Castro Street (Mountain View), an old stomping ground of mine. I am major in line with the flexibility he says I could potentially be on as a part time contractor during my adult school. Might have to drop DeAnza but I'm thinking Caltrain will get me to downtown Mountain View quickly. This is awesome they'll get to try me before they let me on fulltime.

Ideas to code in Flask + NodeJS

The best thing I can think of to code is something that lets you publish your thoughts, ideas, graphics, or videos like Facebook notes but better, perhaps with some CSS styling themes (custom via marketplace), user accounts, your own subdomain, etc. I wonder what I can make with this combo. NodeJS can probably make for some exciting smaller components of such a platform for publishing. I was going to make a simple IRC bot or nslookup AJAX tool, but that isn't very original.

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I'm bored to program. Strattera too low. The basics bore me.

I want to do Flask and be really good at it (TBH I just want a salary so I can have a life) but I cannot figure out what to make. I was thinking of making an AJAX IRC bot or nslookup tool but it isn't exactly cutting edge or fancy enough to be Github-worthy. To me, there is nothing exciting about this. It also doesn't advance the craft of software well enough. I'm into immersive learning like for example, I would try Coursera or LinkedIn learning and advance myself might be easier if I had projects to work on.

Doing better

I applied for a job this morning at Groq (Dev Ops engineer) and they want to talk to me already. It would seem as if things are improving in my steadfast effort to get a position of employment in the "CI CD Linux" LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and ZipRecruiter search. Recently, during my biggest rejection (Symphony Palo Alto via Greenhouse.io) I acted angry and frustrated online. Although it doesn't make me look good to my audience but I'm sure anyone else could react this way if it meant as much as it does to me to capitalize on their background.

Stuck in Gentoo Linux, recovering from Greenhouse rejection

There is nothing like feeling as if your efforts to get to where you deserve to be in DevOps will not lead you there. As I walked through San Jose downtown near the civil courthouse I thought about picking up the papers so I can serve. Fortunately I decided that although this is just a major setback - a battle scar - I won't have to sue for economic exclusion in the "CI CD Linux" search on Linkedin and Glassdoor just yet. There is, after all, ZipRecruiter that I don't use as much and we can call this round #3.

From DeAnza and SVAE to DevOps in 6-10 months

I have enrolled to DeAnza College's Intro to UNIX/Linux class.  I'm basically stacking up a bulk of knowledge and getting a high school diploma from SVAE to get my job in DevOps CI CD process engineering going. If this doesn't work then I will consider my legal options for unlawful exclusion from the economy. I'm going to be very well versed at the *NIX command line when I am done. The regular expressions training will help with configuring Apache/Nginx.

How a cigarette at 711 made my day

This is so cool. So I was in a very negative mood over having to sue because they are excluding me in DevOps out of CityDrinker, Inc.. My mood is a reflection of the fact that I could do adult schooling, get my UNIX/Linux certificates from DeAnza college, maybe do LinuxAcademy if need be, and still get excluded. So I am in a total "will sue someone" mood as I am being wronged in the United States.

My writing for the day

Every day I go to Starbucks or the library to use the wireless internet. The Wifi at Starbucks is nice and fast, and my wireless connection reports 270-300Mbits/s as the speed. I get my cup of hot water for my tea that I pick up at Evans Lane (talked about in previous blog) and Starbucks is cool with that. Not having money is a good reason to go to their location because if you don't have internet they'll be kind and let you go online.

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