Sometimes the most important thing for you to do right now is to take out the trash or shave a yak. If you're doing things outside your main role a *lot*, it's probably worth discussing whether there needs to be another strategy.
But if it needs to be done, sometimes you're the person to do it even if it's not exactly what you were hired for 3/3
Avoiding those two extremes means appropriately prioritizing your work along with your team. Given everything asked, what are the right things for you to be working on?
It also means getting a resolution on things you say no to: either a clear decision that no one is going to do them, or making sure they have "homes" (someone who will be accountable for them now) 2/…
The two most toxic attitudes at work are two sides of the same coin: "that's not my job" and "I can't say no"
"that's not my job" is a complete disregard for being part of a team or an organization. No work is beneath you.
*this does not mean you have to do every task you're asked*: "I can't say no" is *also* a complete disregard for being part of a team or an org. Not everything is a good use of your time and energy 1/…
I'm using a USB3 dock, and I did a mocked up a little cradle on the laser.
I get HDMI out, wired or wireless controllers, wired ethernet, and charging.
It's ugly a the moment, but I'll make it look nicer.
And, of course, I'm using it to play games on my 50s TV.
One of my colleagues is #hiringnow Vuln Intel on a product security team. If you do vuln management and investigation work, check it out!
Listing says senior, but there's some level flexibility, so don't feel like you need to be a perfect fit to have a shot
My team is growing! If you'd like to help actually improve the security posture of a security software product, and you know your way around web apps, I want to talk to you. I'm looking for everything from "I'm a junior web developer with an interest in security and I want learn" up to "I'm an AppSec expert" and all in between. Remote always, equity available, ESPP, generous time off, flex schedule, lots more. Boosts appreciated!
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Replying to @hackaday
Very true. Remember when it was possible to disassemble a device with screwdrivers without worrying you were going to destroy the thing in the process?
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1510794028274569216
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