hahaha! I'm sorry to hear that. I've always described myself as an engineer, nothing more, nothing less. Machines: easy. People: Too hard...Not doing it. I look forward to what people have to say too. I'm self-taught for the most part in that I've never spent a day on a University Campus as a student. And I live in Portland, ME now which is very much a .NET and Node area of the country. So up until about 6-weeks ago, I've lived in my little corner or Portland in total obscurity. But now, Boston has gotten too expensive for a lot of startups and they've moved to Portland. As such, suddenly being a Mid-Senior level Python Engineer is hugely in demand in my area and I'm one of a dozen developers locally with that skillset. So, almost overnight, I've gone from "We don't do Python here" obscurity to "Holy crap, there's a dev that does Python here? And he's a freelancer so, therefore, available!?!?! Could you come in and chat with us for a minute?" 😆😆😆
Being in the right place, at the right time, with the right skill :)
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