I have engineering background, former ESCOM,
looking forward getting a MSc. degree and who knows, maybe a PhD. (who doesn’t like being called Doctor, haha!), now working as a devOps specialist and software developer on [redacted] company. Not getting rid of the idea of an even higher degree of studies, but now I want to see how far i can get with only my knowledge as a tool (and coffee).
Always looking to learn stuff, it doesnt matter if it’s math, a new programming language or a cooking recipe (yum!).
I’m a huge coffee enthusiast who happens to love lists, so lets make a new one about other things I like:
- AI (beware of those sneaky bots!)
- Python (hell yeah!)
- LaTeX (MS word sucks big time)
- Did I mention coffee?
- Online privacy
- Telegram (those secret chats are cool, huh?)
- Markdown, obviously!
So thats about the size of it. I’ve been tech-inactive for a while but I’m back!
Remember guys, use Telegram and TeX.
- Signal, ask for it so we can compare fingerprints.
- Telegram, a secret chat if you wish recommended
Download from: https://telegram.org/dl
Telegram is a messaging app with a focus on speed and security, it’s super-fast, simple and free. You can use Telegram on all your devices at the same time — your messages sync seamlessly across any number of your phones, tablets or computers.
* Wire - @xavrb recommended
Download from: https://wire.com/en/download/
Business and personal conversations secured with end‑to‑end encryption and protected by European privacy laws. ~~ ~~* Keybase - javiermejia Download from: https://keybase.io/download
Crypto for everyone, not just programmers!
Just tell me via another messaging app you are using the below public key.
If you want to use a public key directly provided by me, you can use this one (ECC – ed25519), or below if you wish:
Fingerprint (ECC – ed25519) for email@example.com: