you think you test in prod, but do you test in prod like Boeing used to?
Today my colleague Kilian and I are at the job fair #job40plus. Looking for new colleagues with experience!
After the trouble with my luggage on my way here, the #ukrse19 luggage tag number feels like a bad omen... 😅
Old school real life data science at #ukrse19: Waiters are noting the amount of the different dish variations they have to bring to each table on paper. Isn't there a RSE around who can write them an app?? 📝📲🤓
My colleague Stephan Druskat gives his talk "How to make software fit in the research citation graph" at #ukrse19. The full room indicates that many RSEs are interested in the topic. 👍
The geekiest and best video ever made my day 100% better: Whole New Worlds, An Aladdin History of Exoplanets. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gai8dMA19Sw
@cdonat knowing the wages in Switzerland I understand you very well. 😁 But taking the cost of living in the areas in account, they pay okay. In comparison with industry they unfortunately are still lower, but therefore the jobs are much more fun (in my opinion)! 😊
@cdonat to be honest I just vented a bit. But good idea, so here: https://www.dlr.de/dlr/jobs/#SimulationsSoftwaretechnik/S:338
@caha42 4. If you apply for all positions we offer (which is a wide range) you are out. You can't be skilled or passionate for everything.
5. Have at least anything(!) which relates to the position in your application.
6. Value the time people will put in reading your application. Incomplete or applications full of errors are rude.
We have quite a lot of open positions and I am happy about every application in general, but there are so many where people do not even look up one thing about the position.
1. It's a government job. The pay is started in the offer. Negotiations are not possible.
2. It's a position in the German Aerospace Center, but if your sole motivation is flight) space you will be disappointed.
3. If you do not have a university degree, we cannot hire you as a researcher.
Just finished my talk at #pasc19 about the guidelines and environment we provide to our software developing scientists to support them develop more sustainable. Got great questions and had much fun!
After a long day with spontaneous switching of transportation now in my hotel in Zurich with free ice cream and mini bar! 😍
Now #PASC19 can come.
This trip does not start well, due to me having no time to buy food. Hopefully the advertised snacks are available or I will have to bid on the food of my fellow travellers. #myfirstflixbus
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