Looking for a project

Coconut c0c0nut@REDACTED
Sat Jun 5 03:22:58 CEST 2021

Hello people! Pretty much the same here. Feel free to contact me as well. I do not mind unfamiliar territories either as I learn fast, but I just want to get things done for some money to be able to pay the rent. I am in a really dire situation financial-wise, and health-wise.. :(

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On Wednesday, May 12, 2021 2:10 AM, zxq9 <zxq9@REDACTED> wrote:

> Hi, folks! I hate to pollute the list with this, but I'm in a jam.
> If anyone is looking for an Erlanger with over a decade of experience
> in Erlang about 30 years in many other languages, please let me know
> or put my name in the hat if you can.
> I live in Japan and that tends to mean I have to work remote (less of
> an HR hurdle these days due to [unspecified virus of unknown origin]),
> but I have things set up here so that I can work with any timezone
> without problems.
> This year has totally crushed my tiny little consultancy, with some
> clients pulling out of contract agreements using the public health
> situation as an excuse to not pay on delivered work knowing that
> courts will not entertain a suit from overseas, and new projects that
> were on my schedule being cancelled due to uncertainty. Crypto
> work in infrastructure and smart contracts (mostly Ethereum/Solidity)
> has been the only new thing but hasn't been regular enough to keep
> us going.
> While I dislike Erlang and Scheme much less than I dislike every other
> language, on work projects I really don't care what language or
> environment the work happens to be in. Learning languages is a lot
> easier than learning frameworks, and learning frameworks is a lot
> easier than learning large projects.
> Thank you.
> -Craig

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