It’s nice to see some developers.
Check on the forum to check the posts about that. Anyway, to be sure to be good you must just confront yourself to the market.
I’ll maybe make a post about that but even before it you must know something: practice is either useless or at least inefficient. Just bet on your mirror neurons and it’ll be fine! (if you don’t know a lot of English channels, check the Power Aesthetic, then check the post we have on our forum).
Do you know where country you’d prefer?
Excellent! Strangely, the group is really impacted by the modern individualism so Jean-Marie Corda says that the best way to thank him is to say one’s own ass by expatriation.
If the communism is still restraining you, you shall watch Tugan’s RX. And if it lingers, there is only one guy that is 0% communist, he is the only one since this wretch of Socrat (fuck you Socrat!), Nietzsche!
While Tugan said that hard work “justifies” the the crime to have money, Niezsche is saying about the “social question”:
- The question of the working class. The stupidity at bottom, the degeneration of the instincts — which is today the cause of all stupidities and lies in the fact that there is a question of the working class. There are certain things one does not ask about: primary imperative of instinct. I just can’t see what one wants to do with the European worker now that one has made a question out of him. He is doing far too well not to ask more questions, step by step, not to ask questions less modestly. After all, he has the great mass on his side. The hope is now completely gone that a modest and self-sufficient sort of human being, a Chinese type, could build itself up into a class here: and this would have been rational, it would virtually have been a necessity. What has one done? Everything to nip in the bud the very prerequisites for this development through the most irresponsible thoughtlessness, one has destroyed the very basis of the instincts thanks to which a worker becomes possible as a class, becomes possible for himself. One has made the worker eligible for military service, one has given him the right to unionize, the right to vote: so no wonder that today the worker already experiences his existence as a crisis (expressed morally, as injustice). But what does one want? I ask once again. If one want an end, one must also will the means: if one wills to have slaves, one is a fool to educate them to be masters.
N.B: I’d think that your goals should be written at infinitive