lookin for work [software dev or somethin] boosts appreciated
hey what's up gamers one of my bosses is ghosting me so i am looking for work [sunglasses emoji]
I have a CV at https://som.codes/cv.pdf and I am skilled with pretty much all the mainstream programming languages
I would like to be writing Rust for money but honestly I have rent to pay so, w/e
i am stuck in the UK for the next 2 years & i would like to work remote and my sleep pattern is Fucked so,, flexible hours? thank <3
Video games need accessibility standards https://youtube.com/watch?v=U8cDeBxKPRQ&feature=share #GameDev #IndieDev
New blog update from Ken about #TheSecretGame, including Roberta Williams trying out my prototype (eep!) with a VR headset! She doesn't like it yet but we are getting there.
anyone done any foley/synch work on Linux? I'm interested in possibilities of establishing session workflow with editing facilities - so import export of formats that are compatible with video/film/picture editors (whatever they are using).
would anyone share their experience and links to possible floss software tools?
Sometimes I wonder how different the U.S. would be as a democracy if our media spent as much time on day-to-day international news as they currently spend on celebrity gossip.
Trying to get back to novel-writing (has been seriously disrupted due to illness/new game).
(I get that the last draft was mostly big-picture structural and character edits, and I need to go back and redo the prose, but... aaaagh I don't know what I'm doing, why did I decide to write a book, aaaagh? this reads less like a real book than the first draft did, aaaagh.)
Triple-A Game Publishers Are Finally Taking Accessibility Seriously | Built In
I think a lot about how rural rage makes a lot of sense and how leftists are really fucking up by giving up on rural areas.
But then the leftists I know living and working in rural red areas have been called 'far right sympathizers' because they're in it for the long haul changing people's minds and doing solidarity work rather than...just argue with people. Be their neighbor. Work with em. Live with em. Be in community.
Being bipolar means routines are one of the main focus for stability.
I've tried, abandoned, and tried over again many routines but nothing sticks with me. Either I get triggered and go in a new phase and let go of my prior stability, or it's a routine a bit too strong for the strength I have while living with CPTSD and OSDD.
So, I'm just asking this here because this instance has a huge amount of character per toot :
Do you have any app helping you managing your routine? Not something like habitica, but something with simple good simple visuals which helps you seeing what your week is going to be and easy to manage?
If it works on both a /e/ phone and a computer that's definitely a plus.