I don't think I ever did a proper #introductions. I'm a 34yo British bloke, married to a wonderful woman and we have a 14 day old baby boy, a 9yo pupper and a 5yo cat. I'm a Network engineer scratching my way further into network security. I've been been on the Fediverse since identi.ca ran on Laconica (a long time ago). I'm a licenced #hamradio op and I dabble in hobby electronics and photography. I am also slowly learning German and getting into gardening to keep these bones moving.
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What is a good way in IT to demonstrate skills and experience in a more detailed way that you can usually show in a CV/Resume?
I'm considering building a portfolio of my professional and relevent personal experience but I'm not sure how common this approach is seen in the IT industries, I got the idea from family members working in healthcare where it is expected. Perhaps there is some other way to do this I've not thought about?
Considering whether to investing in a CD player for my #hifi, I have a fair number of CD's and no player in the house that's not either part of the TV or a computer. Or, do I just accept the now and sell all the CD's for probably next to nowt and just stream from my home server to my Chromecast Audio. That seems a little sad though.
So I'm reading about a topic on my phone and I had a question that I entered into the Google search box as "how do I" and in the usually way it autocompletes it with common searches then a second later replaces them all with one option, the exact question I was going to ask!? I'm not even surprised anymore, it is absolutely following what I'm reading, there's just no way it could be that specific. #privacy #google