« Last post by tyrannosaurus vex on Yesterday at 03:41:07 am »
You need a computer guy, right?
I have a computer guy. He's adorable. He is a very confused conservative. He voted for Trump, and Trump won, but then it turns out the billionaire isn't actually on his side, and is happily selling him and everyone he knows to Wall Street. He honestly can't get his head around it, and now he's questioning whether or not conservativism is actually functional. Imagine a libertarian who bounces off of reality, and then questions his beliefs instead of reality. Like I said, adorable.
Also, like many IT guys, he is more or less self-educated in his field. He's pretty fucking good, but he has gaps in his knowledge. Delta programming controls had him terrified, then I pointed out that it's basic, from like 1990, with a few syntax quirks. BAM. Shit's getting done.
However, we are in the market for my old job slot, which is a combination facilities coordinator/analyst. 80% keeping contractors on their jobs, 20% wading through data. There doesn't seem to be any actual work involved.
If you get the job, we can sit around figuring out how shit falls apart, and get paid for it.
Well, that's a job I could probably do, but not a screening process or an interview I could pass, unfortunately.