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"[Programmers] are attached to their programs. Indeed, their programs become extensions of themselves - a fact which is verified in the abominable practice of attaching one's name to the program itself..." --Gerald M. Weinberg, The Psychology of Computer Programming
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Open source and money.

Tuesday, 04 March 2008 03:13
Some people think you can't make money/a living off open source development....it isn't true.
Report: Open-source developers command up to 40 percent premium | Tech news blog - CNET News.com

in ape hierarchies one should not limit themselves to local, it is a global hierarchy.

What is a software/hardware/mathematics/engineer worth?

The $1 million a year software developer | ITworld
The $200,000 software developer: We can build him, we have the technology | ITworld
Go west, young programmer, if you want to make the big bucks | ITworld


Linux hiring frenzy: Why open source devs are being bombarded with offers to jump ship | ZDNet

Cognitive dissonance Korean War essay writing competitions VS. Perl Grant Essays && commitment devices.

Anhedonia inability to experience pleasure from activities usually found enjoyable, e.g. exercise, hobbies, music, sexual activities, social interactions, enjoying sandwiches.
think yourself out of depression?



Where is our money going, is open source crypto-currency our new currency?

Which is more precious to the advanced civilization of the future, Au-79-196.96655amu-79e-118p-Cubic-19.32g/cm3-Gold or {large prime number}?

crypto currency is something different...
The Values of Money — Notes from a Strange World — Medium


Employees Who Stay In Companies Longer Than Two Years Get Paid 50% Less


developer/programmer/engineer interviews || how do engineers size up other engineers?

Programming Challenges are “de-motivational” | Richard Bucker - Really? Are you kidding? You want me to give up 2 days for what? That was my unfiltered subconscience speaking.
Unfortunately, we'll reject most software developer job applications. - SuperCoders
“Unfortunately, we’ll reject most software developer job applications.” | Richard Bucker - we don't rely on wrote memory, but we are looking to size up how the candidate handles random questions of very technical nature.


Do-ocracy || do - Ocracy

open source is very much a doOcracy
- organizational structure in which individuals choose roles and tasks for themselves and execute them. Responsibilities attach to people who do the work, rather than elected or selected officials.
code is word, you can come to the table with new ideas already implemented; accept and merge, or fork it. Acceptance and merging is better than forking, so it is better to communicate with the people involved.

You got an idea? Do it.

CommunityWiki: Do Ocracy


Intellectual Property

Open Intellectual Property Casebook

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