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    You are able to buy this as a shirt or stickers or much more on my Redbubble account! You can find me at AussiePineapple

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  • #go to your room youre grounded #and so are BOTH of those anons who send other jokes #go#no art#rambles#ask
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  • I’m pretty sure this has already been said but michael is basically just aziraphale if he was a demon

    #prove me wrong #the good place #good omens#tgp#go#tgp michael#the architect #hh i dunno what tags to use #aziraphale#go aziraphale#unintelligible rants
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  • Woodkid featuring Ed Droste (Grizzly Bear) with “Go”

    Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 2016

    —> This: plucks at your heartstrings with just the right amount of pain and longing.


    “Go”

    I’m gonna be away for the night

    You’re waking up sore inside of me

    I got to find a way to the bar

    Tonight I’m not the one I am supposed to be

    I’m gonna be away for the night

    You’re waking up storms inside of me

    I got to find a way to the car

    I want you bending down and blowing all of me

    Go, why don’t you walk away for good? Why don’t you walk away for good? [X2]

    I’m all the way down; I’m crossing all the lines

    I’m chasing gods within the strobe lights

    You’re making me crawl, my enemy

    Let’s play it hard until sunrise

    Tonight I let you take the full control of me

    Go, why don’t you walk away for good? Why don’t you walk away for good? [X2]

    You’re breaking me down; I’m crossing all the lines

    Go, why don’t you walk away for good? Why don’t you walk away for good? [X2]

    You’re breaking me down; I’m crossing all the lines

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  • I can’t wait for Valentine’s Day Ineffable Husbands

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  • For Valentine’s Day, Crowley curls up on a bed of candy hearts and Waits for Aziraphale to discover him in the tea cabinet

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  • Hey Y’all!  As promised, I’m going to be updating y’all more often.  I want to share my story of my journey to becoming a software engineer, and hopefully frequent updates keep y’all engaged, keep y’all praying for me, and hopefully I can encourage y’all to keep going on whatever journey y’all on.  I know y’all got one!  It’s January and 2020!  If you don’t, I hope you make one to be a better, more caring and loving you, because you and someone else needs your love.

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    Originally posted by somebodytodiefor

    If you don’t know why Ellie Goulding is here, sing the last part of that last sentence you read in a British accent, and maybe you’ll know why!  

    Anyway, past all the sappy corny stuff, let me update y’all on my internship!  Week 1 went well.  Day 1, my mentor gave me a task.  I didn’t know what the heck he was asking for and ½ my time was spent trying to read the calm and keep from panicking.  I feel like I have been doing that for years.  Half my time at work is spent eating, the other half is “what the heck am I doing.”  But I was told during my first internship out of college from my colleagues in Jersey City YEARS ago in 2014, that they didn’t know what they were doing either.  They’re still employed there lol. We figure it out.  I would like to get more comfortable though.  

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    Originally posted by justalittletumblweed

    How I got out of my confusion was simple.  I told myself, “Okay, [my name].  Calm down.  You got this…think!  What tools do you have?  You’ve read the ticket (which outlined, RATHER briefly what was being asked), you’ve read the comments back and forth, you know this ticket’s number is in the 100s and current tickets the rest of the team is working on is in the thousands and you see this has been passed sprint to sprint, so it’s most likely a low priority task that won’t get a lot of visibility, so you can take some of that pressure off yourself.”  I reviewed other tickets that were quoted in the ticket, and started reading through them and the code.  I copied over my template that I made which helps me plan out and outline my tickets.  Feel free to snag this format.

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    I have been told my organization and note-taking skills are great.  One piece of advice I’ve cherished that I will share with you is lean on your strengths.  This helps me get typing and get my thoughts organized so I feel less overwhelmed.  This format also encourages me to get hunting for this information.  Microsoft OneNote has been crucial to my success in my career.  When I saw my Finance colleague years ago (who is my same age and now a Finance manager who previously reported directly to our company’s CFO) on OneNote, I was like, “Damn, she’s so far ahead of me,” and I remember feeling, “Damn, why ain’t no body tell me about this!?”  I definitely recommend it.  No BS, part of the reason I wanted to stay at my company too after my Apprenticeship was so that I could cary over my notes on OneNote and not have to worry about copy and pasting and sending notes through email etc. if I had to leave companies.  

    Anyway, back to this first task: then I thought back to what another female engineer and graduate of my bootcamp who’s now killing it and has masked from other developers at work the fact that she graduated from a bootcamp (no shade, but there is a stigma on us, that’s just fact) said, “Don’t stay stuck for too long.  Give yourself a time limit then reach out.”  Thankfully, my mentor’s so awesome, that he checked in, “Hey, everything good?”  One thing I am so grateful for is the relationship I have with my mentor.  Like I mentioned before, I have known him since HE was an intern and I was in Finance.  When I first mentioned my wanting to make a career switch to him, unlike others (who were not engineers by the way and were not in tech) who said, “No, you won’t be good enough.  They won’t hire you. Stick to Finance.  You’re on the right track,” my now mentor said, “Yay!  You can do it!”  That’s the type of support you need around you.  Only positivity round here!!

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    Originally posted by positiveupwardspiral

    Anyway, he checked in.  I told him it wasn’t clear.  Then asked him for a visual representation.  I am learning, that I do really well when I can draw out and see a diagram of how the code works.  All that coding is, and many engineers have told me this too, is writing something that will accept data, do something to it, storing it in a database, or retrieving data from a database, doing something to it, then display it to the user.  Requesting the information is mainly governed by frontend engineers.  Doing something to the information and sending it to/retrieving data from a database is mainly governed by backend (server) engineers.  Database structure is mainly handled by infra engineers.  I have chosen a team that is all back end engineers, because our product is mainly backend.  That’s something to take away too: make sure you know what the divide is generally at your company/the company you want to go to.  If your company’s app/product is mainly front-end, you will probably have a sweeter time as more people with this part of the stack’s expertise will be around.  The FE engineers at my company are definitely not lacking in their workload, but there’s much less of them.  When compared with backend (BE) engineers, their “impact” is less, because they are mainly working on internal tools, not the main app that is touched by millions of users daily.  They certainly do get promoted, but I know, at my company, they have a harder time.

    I have spoken to some friends who are also engineers at my company who advised that after T5, it’s so hard jumping to T6, that it’s almost worth just staying at that level but working for a pay increase.  There’s less pressure and you’ll get paid comparably.  You’re already paid comfortably by T5, so the need to jump to T6 is not dire.  All of the engineers just sound so relaxed and comfortable with their futures, that it almost feels wrong when I know so many people at the same damn company, ME INCLUDED, who are check to check.  I am not broke, don’t get me wrong, I am pretty comfortable, but I am still saving and paying down my loans hard, and not taking trips around the world or spontaneously taking same day flights to Coachella like I was a few years ago.  I gotta live my life too, and I don’t regret that, but I will continue to be smart with my sorta risky decisions.

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    Originally posted by desingyouruniverse

    I’m getting sidetracked again.  He drew out how the code worked, I asked him a few more follow up questions, and for the most part, I was much more clear and confident about what I wanted to do.  Part of the training of becoming an engineer is figuring out the questions to ask.  I’m sure he could have gave me all the answers to these questions in the introduction of the ticket, but building those muscles of investigating first are necessary.  I completed the ticket the following week, complete with unit tests which I did not get a chance to do much of in my apprenticeship and had anxiety around because of that, but, as I saw, it was not worth all the worry.  The knowledge and experience will come in time if you work to get it.

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    Originally posted by dogifs

    I was not sure what having another woman on the team would be like, just because in my experience, some women can be really competitive when it’s so few of you on the team, thinking there can only be one, but I was super welcoming and I think that allowed her to open up and we found out we went to the same school (and simultaneously found out another one of our teammates went to the same as well) and we bonded instantly.  She felt really lonely last week, partially because our manager was working from home focused on performance review season for all his reports, and everyone on our team is scattered and off doing their own things in meetings by themselves.  More and more engineers have been telling me they prefer not having a manager and are somewhat disrespectful of managers and product managers.  There are a LOT of divas in engineering, but when you’re making as much as them, finding a job is not hard, you’re paid the most at your company, you come in at 10, start work at 11 and leave at 4, and recruiters and companies do anything to get you and keep you there damn there, I see why!  I found out a Staff Engineer at my company makes on average $500k.  Thats more than most doctors!  

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    Originally posted by desingyouruniverse

    One thing that has been on my mind is if money is a motivator.  True, money should be a motivation for a job when you have debts to pay off, do not own anything, and want a future possibly less stressful than the one you grew up with, if you can control it.  However, it should not become idolized.  $500k is attractive.  I could pay off my loans.  I could buy a home and not be a renter.  I could give something to my children or a younger family member if children are not destined for me.  I could travel to Coachella if I wanted and around the world more often.  I could dress how I want.  I could contribute to my community and help more people.  I enjoy and want to be a good engineer though to create opportunity for aspiring Black developers and to make sure we have a voice in an ever growing world that insists on reducing Black people to memes and magic.  

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  • onw day i aill make a post without spellchecking and then yill see. youll qll see

    #there you to #go
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  • be still my throbbing cock 😳

    #rambles #sorry i just thought of this and i could NOT let it gi #go
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  • Poco a poco vamos regresando!!… todo el mundo falla alguna vez o muchas veces. Simplemente no hay que rendirse!!

    #RC13 #gym #gymmotivation #gymlife #workout  #workhard #workoutfit #game #play #go #neverstop #sport #games #giveyourbest #pesas #training #SkYLER #proudfitfam #instafit #instafitness #motivation #motivational #mymotivation #dreamon #fitspo #fitness
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B7o-cjRnoqz/?igshid=1wa80qm0qw22z

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  • Good Omens people, feel like I may be missing something obvious idk

    At the start of ep 2 Aziraphale is on the phone to someone who’s asking about Agnes Nutter’s book while Aziraphale is explaining how no one has it and how there’s no need for that kind of language etc.

    Do we know who was on the phone?? I’ve seen this show multiple times now and I still can’t think who it is?

    #Feel im missing the obvious but cant think who it is #Good omens#Aziraphale#Crowley#Go
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  • to be fair to hallie’s otherwise tenuous but hilarious headcanon about mr birling and his horrible wife being aziraphale and crowley respectively ‘dolphins are a kind of fish’ and ‘my horrible wife thinks timbuktu isn’t a real place’ same energy

    #cabpr#text #shut up maggie #mobi#go
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    Entering this in a local art show. The medium is mixed. I used old Pokemon cards and made a collage.

    The cling wrap was just to protect it until I got it to the show. I didn’t want to be losing pieces in transit.

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  • Hey, Loves!

    Just as a reminder, if Ateez does a fansign in NY (which seems likely), I will be doing a Group Order (usa only)!!!!

    The albums will only be $12.03 each plus shipping!!!

    Please keep this in mind! Benefits for you, shipping is wayyy less!!!

    I really really REALLY wanna meet ateez in person and participating in the GO would help me so much!!!

    If you have any questions ahead of time, I’d love to answer so you are prepared!

    If I do make the fansign, I will be doing a give away for two or four albums.

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  • #Two minutes papers #youtube#go#igo #go / weiqi / baduk #baduk#weiqi#ai#artifical intelligence#deepmind
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