He is responsible for connecting all the different corporate applications together with APIs, EDI, services, middleware, and duct tape. In between he builds his magnum opus, an app that replaces Facebook by connecting Snapchat to Pinterest using Google services with Twitter in the background, all on Amazon AWS. He'll be done by Thursday. Then he'll use his PTO (Paid Time Off) to shop his pitch deck between hackathons and conferences.
In his spare time, he works on his MMORPG game karma to improve his following for his impending launch. He also trolls incessantly on on-line programmer forums because on lobste.rs, Hacker News, and reddit, nobody knows you're a nice guy.
Jason, Martin, Ken, George, Steve
doing a startup and retiring early
using any framework more than 2 months old
"Whoever dies with the most tools wins."
winning 3 hackathons without performance enhancing coffee
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