Looking for a job as a deveoper be like:

Job title: car driver

Job requirements: professional skills in driving normal- and heavy-freight cars, buses and trucks, trolley buses, trams, subways, tractors, shovel diggers, contemporary light and heavy tanks currently in use by NATO countries.

Skills in rally and extreme driving are obligatory!
Formula-1 driving experience is a plus.

Knowledge and experience in repairing of piston and rotor/Wankel engines, automatic and manual transmissions, ignition systems, board computer, ABS, ABD, GPS and car-audio systems by world-known manufacturers - obligatory!

Experience with car-painting and tinsmith tasks is a plus.

The applicants must have certificates by BMW, General Motors and Bosch, but not older than two years.

Compensation: $15-$20/hour, depends on the interview result.

Education requirements: Bachelor's Degree of Engineering.

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    Would ++ a million times. Or more.
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    Welcome to Italy.. T.T
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    You forgot to mention: Must be 24 years old with 10 years of experience.
  • 32
    As a developer who also loves all things automotive -- this rant is perfect ๐Ÿ‘Œ
  • 104
    @veslav Didn't you mean to say "10-year old with 24 years of experience"?
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    Haha ๐Ÿ˜‚lovely!This is so true!
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    @fossterer hahah good one. Mine is more realistic tho.
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    @Jase thanks :)
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    @zourtney thank you โœŒ
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    A funny thought crossed my mind one day when I was browsing devRant. What if there was a platform that would unite all(or most) the developers in the world and at times we could give the corporate a big middle finger. Like a global union type of thing without all the hurrdurr of regular unions.

    Why I think this could work? Most of developers are capable of logical thought and can exercise it even under emotion.

    Another idea that crossed my mind was this global blacklist of fuckwits and their business that everyone just needs to steer clear off.

    Dangerous thoughts I know. And a million reasons why it wouldn't work. Still I like to entertain the idea.
  • 9
    @xios and here was me thinking that, that was the point of devRant.:p
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    Hint hint at all ze ranters =D
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    Then people wonder why developers suffer from impostor syndrome... I've learned about this here.
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    @xios Thought about a similar thing, too. But more in the reverse: that something like devrant will more likely support the f$#@&; status quo because you can relieve yourself from some recent mishaps without ever having to take some serious action (like in a union).
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    @Mjack in Italy they also ask you to have 5 years of experience but less that 25 years old :P
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    @Etrunon exactly XD. I'm a 2d animator and the story don't change T.T
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    In our country, get mareage is require too
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    Wish I could ++ this twice!!
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    So this isn't just in IT?
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    Just forgot the part that you should have 5 years experience in a tech that exists for 2 years.
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    I think every job opening sounds fancy on paper, but in our field it's just ridiculous
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    In Georgian job searching websites it's the rule to have ridiculous amounts of requirements. Something with human requirements is the exception. And guess what? 14% of the population is employed and younger people have basically no chances unless they're exceptionally awesome, start their own business or slave off on a 9-5 job, so they are leaving in large quantities. I once bumped into a job that required an 18-year old to have 5 years of experience in programming.
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    Must be a thing catching on in all countries it's like this in New Zealand
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    I have found "THE JOB AD" which matches exactly, the same description said above.
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    am i the only one thinking how he knows all the car terminology.
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    a million reasons why it wouldn't work. Still I like to entertain the idea.
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    I see this ALL the time in job descriptions. And lo and behold, that position still hasn't been filled 6 months later...
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    Must haves: 50 years experience in Node JS
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    There are no jobs anywhere right now.
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    I lol'd
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    Salary isn't bad at all. Carry on!
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    Then people wonder why developers suffer from impostor syndrome... I've learned about this here.
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    Yes that is true
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    You all still look for jobs? I haven't looked for a job in 8 years, there's 56 of them in my linked in inbox begging me to change jobs. When I get burnt out or tired of where I work I just open it up and pick one that sounds fun.
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