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Just started a IT new job
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Lithuania marusgg 
two days ago title got my linux environment ready and since the pms are very busy right now, I have nothing to do now suggest what to do also nip will win a major
2021-06-18 10:50
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So Lithuania will dominate the Baltic even more? Wtf?
2021-06-18 10:53
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Lithuania marusgg
I consider Estonia to be the most advanced country tbh, Estonia > Lithuania > Latvia, sry yekindar
2021-06-18 10:54
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Latvia sonofdog
If you just started the job take your time to propose some projects / innovation in your company. After 1 year and half I got from playing with VMs to not having time to touch a server because of phone ringing so much and too many things to stay after
2021-06-18 10:55
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Lithuania marusgg
yeah I will. I'm the most extroverted guy you will ever meet, already talking with everyone after two days. also I made a tutorial how to set up ur workspace and other corporate stuff since there was none for newcomers
2021-06-18 10:58
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So you are the annoying guy?
2021-06-18 11:16
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Lithuania marusgg
for some people probably yes
2021-06-18 11:18
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United Kingdom dv-_-
Stop breaking the servers then!
2021-06-18 10:58
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Latvia sonofdog
I am not :D
2021-06-18 13:12
Rip and nip will surely win by packet loss
2021-06-18 10:58
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#7
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Lithuania marusgg
2021-06-18 10:58
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Belgium lil_vodka
bro after 8 hours on my pc in the zoom session i go outside and i don't return untill 11pm easily
2021-06-18 11:32
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Lithuania marusgg
if i dont do anything with friends or gf i work 8hrs, i video game whats left and i sleep FeelsGoodMan.jpg
2021-06-18 11:46
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#30
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Belgium lil_vodka
2/5 of the weekdays i do this in about 5 years it'll be 0/5 probably kkkkkkkkkk mainly because of covid i'm getting crazy sitting all day on my pc
2021-06-18 11:52
What is your title?
2021-06-18 10:59
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Lithuania marusgg
Junior Software Engineer, but the wage is way too high for a Junior, so I will probably get promoted in a year or so to a Mid Software Engineer since Software Engineer doesn't tell the story, i'll be coding with Jython which is essentially Java/Python working together
2021-06-18 11:01
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Nice! They haven't assigned you a project yet that is why you have nothing to do?
2021-06-18 11:02
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#12
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Lithuania marusgg
Yeah something like that. I have been assigned to a project X, but I guess I still have to receive the initial ramp-up with explanations about Jira, Git and etc. I wrote a formal email to very important people pinging them about the ramp-up yesterday. really scary mens
2021-06-18 11:04
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Go through the repos, find mistake, fix misstanke send pull request. After approval wait for credit, millions of euros, women, fame and glory! :)
2021-06-18 11:08
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Lithuania marusgg
haha, hope u get the same have a good day, my man
2021-06-18 11:08
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You too mate! :)
2021-06-18 11:10
congrats enjoy :)
2021-06-18 11:04
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#13
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Lithuania marusgg
if by in-house you mean remote - no. I am onsite right now. This is a software development country where russians / americans code together <-- funny fact I was in a similar one two years ago, but this one just feels way more young and less corporate. EDIT: haha, thanks
2021-06-18 11:07
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Yeh ignore me sorry deleted that comment when realised you were a dev, none of that original comment was applicable, so just enjoy :D. In-house IT is essentially being internal IT for a company - not development, but maintenance and support of the infrastructure etc. (except like I was saying the infrastructure rarely changes so day to day tasks tend to just be crap mundane user issues!)
2021-06-18 11:12
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Lithuania marusgg
should've mentioned that in title tbh
2021-06-18 11:11
EzforIT samehere prepping for a release
2021-06-18 11:13
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Lithuania marusgg
we get rolls in the office every Friday. Only found out today, so how pog is that? edit: glgl
2021-06-18 11:13
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Yep that's noice We use to get random snack every evening . But since WFH since a year nothing . Hifi
2021-06-18 11:19
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United Kingdom pookis
Weird flex. My turn: today I woke up at 10 am and right now I'm making breakfast.
2021-06-18 11:24
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Lithuania marusgg
yeah since I left my last job two weeks ago I didn't have a job and my life was amazing. Sleep when you're tired, video game until you are tired, eat when you are hungry we need to return to monke
2021-06-18 11:25
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United Kingdom pookis
true
2021-06-18 11:27
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Ukraine crmax
Hey, did you learn Javascript/Python/else yourself or in school? I very recently started learning Javascript myself, cuz I got no school, no vision for future really and I dont wanna work low wage deadend job forever, as I'm only 21. What do u think/suggest is the best way to learn Javascript on your own? I'm still learning like the basics, what every bracket means etc, using freecodecamp and some "javascript course" pdfs i got off internet. Share some advice/secret for progress, please. Also gl in your jog and in life overall.
2021-06-18 11:45
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Lithuania marusgg
"I dont wanna work low wage deadend job forever, as I'm only 21." - I love this. Keep that intensity, man I (almost) finished university, so a lot of theoretical knowledge comes from that. But in my IT career I had 4 jobs, not a single one was doing what i learnt in university. Most of the things I did in my jobs were things I learnt by myself when creating random projects. You just gotta keep copy pasting blocks of code and connecting them until you get the first part of the language. For example when I started learning python by myself, I found a project A, I found a project B and then tried to make them both in project C just by copying code. After that you just gotta come up with ideas. Here you can see a lot of ideas and abandoned projects: github.com/marusqq but the projects gave me a lot of knowledge. For example before entering this job I was coding this: hltv.org/forums/threads/2466043/csgo-gri.. and I learnt a little bit of Javascript. Then in my job interview I mentioned this and said that I'm not familiar that much with Javascript but I started a project with it and it was going well. Javascript is a good choice actually, one of the most popular languages rn. Hope that clears some things up for you. Good luck man. Never settle for less. tldr: you gotta make random projects in which you would have the motivation to do / learn new languages
2021-06-18 11:59
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