Some might think this is vanilla and if they need more of a tear jerking emotionally gut retrenching romance with harps and cherubs there are artists or bad boys who would suit your needs.
When deciding engineers are your thing be warned their personalities vary depending on what segment their profession is in.
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I set myself a rough target of two books a week, and got through about 110 of them (32,000 pages, according to my Goodreads profile). : These books aren’t necessarily the most fun to get through, but they’re talking about something super important that is probably affecting your life right now, e.g.And if you’re not on Goodreads already, it’s a fantastic utility for keeping track of your reading and discovering new books.There is all types of engineers out there and each of them can vary in personalities. You really don’t need to over think things with them, they are very honest and to the point.Try to avoid even being alone, ever, because there is a chance that a 'women in tech' advocacy group is going to try to collect your scalp." Eric later wrote a post about how Social Justice Warriors may be more of a problem than the problems they complain about. Predatory women in tech trying to entrap people like (and including) Linus Torvalds the way an old-time private eye got the goods on an errant husband as part of a divorce case? And her attitude is similar to the one espoused by ESR in the second post (above): write great code -- and if you do, they (for any value of they) have no right to be negative about you, period. But I have also been really careful to vet the company culture, the place that I am interviewing, at which I’m interviewingwith the idea of working at it. I mean if I start getting too involved in this stuff and too invested in the internet comments and, like, the flames, where am I? Or I can view it as just work on the relationships I have with people around me and just focus on doing a great job and being a great person. But Liz Bennett is an actual software engineer who works at Loggly in San Francisco.