Riccosuave

joined 11 months ago
[–] Riccosuave 4 points 12 hours ago

Any day I can make RawStrawberry smile is a great day in my book 😼

[–] Riccosuave 5 points 14 hours ago (2 children)

Here's to honor...
Hittin' on her,
Gettin' on her,
And stayin' on her,

And if you can't cum in her,
Cum on her...

Happy Summer β˜€οΈπŸ˜ŽπŸ˜

[–] Riccosuave 3 points 1 day ago (1 children)

Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while...

[–] Riccosuave 21 points 2 days ago (1 children)
[–] Riccosuave 1 points 2 days ago

Apparently you've never heard of Thurgood Marshall. Now there was a great man, unlike Clarence "Uncle" Thomas...

[–] Riccosuave 24 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

Donald Trump was extensively mentored by Roy Cohn, who also happened to be the attorney and close personal confidant of John Gotti. If you can't see the importance of that connection then you are either being intentionally disingenuous or willfully ignorant.

Everything about Donald Trump's persona was molded by and lifted from Mafia culture. Yet you want to pussy ache about people taking issue with him running the country. Give me a fucking break.

[–] Riccosuave 1 points 3 days ago* (last edited 2 days ago)

The liberal celebrities you are referring to are mostly millionaires who beat the odds. The vast majority of billionaires, on the other hand, are conservatives with generational wealth who are attempting to continuously shape society for their exclusive benefit.

[–] Riccosuave 4 points 4 days ago

I literally couldn't give a frenchman's fuck.

[–] Riccosuave 22 points 6 days ago

Sounds like somebody needs to stop being a hypocrite and let his village stone him to death in public.

[–] Riccosuave 3 points 1 week ago (2 children)

Is this a legit site?

[–] Riccosuave 1 points 1 week ago

One of the baddest women on earth.

[–] Riccosuave 4 points 1 week ago

Or if there is going to be some surprise fentanyl.

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Bad Omens Rule (lemmy.world)
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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/11308191

Greetings fellow Lemmings,

I know this is a community that has a strong backbone in the Software and Technology space. I am a returning student in my mid-30's that is returning to college as a way to pursue a career change. I am looking to crowdsource opinions from experienced tech professionals so I can make good quality, informed decisions about how I move forward with my educational and career goals.

With that being said my question is how would you proceed between the programs I have linked below? I am starting at a STEM focused community college (Bellevue College) in the Pacific Northwest. My long term goal is to either transfer to another four year institution (like UW Bothell) grade permitting, or perhaps finish a four year degree from this institution. This is where your advice comes in, and where I believe I need better outside perspective to make a good decision.

Option #1 (Software Development - Application Development Track) This is where I have been leaning because it seems to afford me the largest number of future options with the direction I take my education. Most importantly I think it sets me up in the best position to make the potential transition to the University of Washington Bothell's Computer Science & Software Engineering program. The Application Development track has a stronger focus on C# & .NET framework programming languages, which seems to provide a better foundation for more potential job opportunities at the moment.

Option #2 (Software Development - Artificial Intelligence Track) Artificial Intelligence is obviously the buzzword of the moment. However, I am wondering if I am robbing myself of options by over-specializing this early in the process, and I also have concerns about focusing my learning process so heavily on Python when that seems to be something that is not used as a standard backbone language for more enterprise level businesses. I also don't have any interest in the robotics area of this degree, as I don't see that as being something I would look to pursue in my career. I do want to be conscientious about learning whatever is going to provide me the most future utility, therefore, I am wondering if this is the way to go for that reason.

Link to Program Information

Ultimately, I am open to any and all advice, recommendations, and wisdom that my fellow Lemmings have to provide. My previous background was in a completely unrelated field, but I have always had a passion for technology and I am a quick learner with a lean lifestyle and no external distractions. Completing this process and securing employment will be my focus 100% for the next 3-4 years. With that in mind, tell me what you think.

  • Where should I go with my education?
  • What pitfalls should I avoid?
  • When should I specialize?
  • Am I crazy for doing this later in life?

Hit me with anything you've got Lemmy, it is all appreciated!

 

Greetings fellow Lemmings,

I know this is a community that has a strong backbone in the Software and Technology space. I am a returning student in my mid-30's that is returning to college as a way to pursue a career change. I am looking to crowdsource opinions from experienced tech professionals so I can make good quality, informed decisions about how I move forward with my educational and career goals.

With that being said my question is how would you proceed between the programs I have linked below? I am starting at a STEM focused community college (Bellevue College) in the Pacific Northwest. My long term goal is to either transfer to another four year institution (like UW Bothell) grade permitting, or perhaps finish a four year degree from this institution. This is where your advice comes in, and where I believe I need better outside perspective to make a good decision.

Option #1 (Software Development - Application Development Track) This is where I have been leaning because it seems to afford me the largest number of future options with the direction I take my education. Most importantly I think it sets me up in the best position to make the potential transition to the University of Washington Bothell's Computer Science & Software Engineering program. The Application Development track has a stronger focus on C# & .NET framework programming languages, which seems to provide a better foundation for more potential job opportunities at the moment.

Option #2 (Software Development - Artificial Intelligence Track) Artificial Intelligence is obviously the buzzword of the moment. However, I am wondering if I am robbing myself of options by over-specializing this early in the process, and I also have concerns about focusing my learning process so heavily on Python when that seems to be something that is not used as a standard backbone language for more enterprise level businesses. I also don't have any interest in the robotics area of this degree, as I don't see that as being something I would look to pursue in my career. I do want to be conscientious about learning whatever is going to provide me the most future utility, therefore, I am wondering if this is the way to go for that reason.

Link to Program Information

Ultimately, I am open to any and all advice, recommendations, and wisdom that my fellow Lemmings have to provide. My previous background was in a completely unrelated field, but I have always had a passion for technology and I am a quick learner with a lean lifestyle and no external distractions. Completing this process and securing employment will be my focus 100% for the next 3-4 years. With that in mind, tell me what you think.

  • Where should I go with my education?
  • What pitfalls should I avoid?
  • When should I specialize?
  • Am I crazy for doing this later in life?

Hit me with anything you've got Lemmy, it is all appreciated!

Edit: I'm watching the NFC Championship Game, but I will respond to all of you as soon as it is over. Really appreciate all the responses so far!

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Car-RULE-ago (lemmy.world)
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Former President Donald Trump must pay writer E. Jean Carroll over $83 million in damages for repeatedly defaming her, a jury found Friday.

The nine-person jury began deliberations in federal court in New York at 1:40 p.m. ET and reached a verdict in just under three hours.

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