I enjoy programming, fencing (especially sabre), history and sustainable development.
Open invite. If you want to talk about any of those subject, or if you are looking for help solving a problem, feel free to reach out to me and let’s have a chat, I want to talk to you. Email me at email@example.com.
Doing so, I follow the steps of patio11, Lars and Hillel (and probably more people I am not aware of). More than one time I was wondering if I could bother someone to exchange about a piece they wrote but I could not muster the courage. These guys make it very clear that you are welcome to reach out to them and it is awesome.
I like getting email. I can’t promess you I’ll reply quickly, nor that I will reply at all but I usually read all of my mail. If I don’t respond in a timely manner, don’t hesitate to send me another mail
I like a good discussion. I like people challenging me, telling me about things I did not know, challenging them back and exchanging ideas.
I like sharing experiences. The nicest (software related) interactions I had in the past are usually having a experienced peer help me grow, or me helping a less-experienced peer get on the right track to solve their problem. If you like that kind of exchange, talk to me!
I like programming and software. This is even more true lately when I have to deal with something related to:
Something you can help me with:
I don’t like social media Most of the time I would not want to have a nice exchange on a social media.
This is not an invite for recruiters That’s why Linkedin exists.
I don’t like phone call If you want to speak to me by phone, marry a Rousé.