32. Make numerous parts for this big boy.
22, freelance programmer and IT supp, earn more than 2k€, one day I was sitting on the fucking couch neeting the fuck out of my life in front of this goddamn screen wondering what to do facepalming harder and harder the more I thought about all the jobs that I did and hated and therefore quit them and "couldn't see the fucking forest from the trees", if you understand what I'm trying to say. 2 months later, fucking lightbulb, retard got his shit together, took me 8 months to learn all this shit, been good ever since. Also, standard in my home country (Croatia) is 600€ a month
tl;dr WEAPONIZE YOUR AUTISM, ez money
CTO at small company, basically a developer
I earn more than I can spend, feels weird, most of my friends are smarter than me but work shit jobs like managers or photographers and earn half as much as me. I don't get it, why don't people get into programming?
"Head Engineer of Digital Manufacturing."
My department handles the design and programming for CNC.
The title was created when this company started using CNC in the 80's.
The "other guy" (no degrees, owner's nephew) handling the "boutique" end of engineering is "Head of Legacy Mechanical Engineering", they prep drafts for the machinists of the hand-operated machines (little room in the corner of the factory floor).
27 unemployed 4chan viewer. happy.
Absolutely. You would be surprised at the shit you find in those dumpsters. About a month ago I got a few dozen Halo pins, as well as a few Skyrim pins, all brand new. The halo pins go for about $10 a pack when they are new. I have about a dozen packs. It's easy fucking money. Some people find whole functioning systems at GameStop.
I work in the mines. Australia obviously.
2k a week
damn son. I work right next to a huge retail center. Be the perfect time to swing by all the the stores when they close.
What's some good tips in things to watch out for? Like security and what store is good or not?
1.) Dress normally
2.) To my knowledge, all walmarts use compacters. Targets do not.
3.) If security comes, don't bullshit them. Explain what you are doing. If they ask you to leave, obey them.
4.) www.reddit.com/r/DumpsterDiving has plenty of advice, as well as pics of other people's finds.
5.) Dumpster diving on college campuses when the semester is over will get you a bunch of good shit. Weed, TVs, game systems, etc. College textbooks fetch a pretty penny online, and college kids often throw them out when the class is over.
6.) If the dumpster or dumpster enclosure is locked, fuck off. Breaking into them will get you into deep shit.
Can confirm end of the year college move out gold. Once found a semi working 42in flat screen tv, all I had to do was replace some capacitors (cost less than $20) to fix a $1000 tv