Difference between revisions of "Praxis"

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= About Legacy Content =
 
<font size=4>M</font>uch of the legacy content had as its original purpose job seeking. To the extent that it is, this content is maintained for historical purpose and works where it works, e.g. flash (like the <span class=plainlinks>[https://meansofproduction.biz/eg/index.php/Programming_Practice(HTML5) <span style="color: pink;">Old Web Portfolio</span>]</span>), or areas broken by TLS (https), modern browser constraints, may or may not be fixed. Here are links that were formerly in the stuffs box to your left before this reorganization:
 
 
<table align=center style="background-color: gray;"><tr><td> [[UnitXP |<span style="color: cyan;">Agile Praxis</span>]]</td><td width=150></td><td> [[Ft |<span style="color: cyan;">Ft Concept</span>]]</td></tr>
 
<tr><td> Praxis Tour (linked above)</td><td></td><td> [[The_Chosen_Ones |<span style="color: cyan;">UI/UX Artistry</span>]]</td></tr></table>
 
Since I've always thought of myself as an independent agent of production, a substantial amount of the legacy content has a historical relevance to current efforts.
 
 
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<font size=4>T</font>he "domain" is the organizing concept of much of my work going forward, both for an independent peer-peer name system and the development of a standardized domain driven approach to development of applications, and in particular AI integration of applications and domains. One of these may well be what brought you here so see the supporting material for more information on same. The remainder of this &sect; discusses the motivation driving my second working life.
 
<font size=4>T</font>he "domain" is the organizing concept of much of my work going forward, both for an independent peer-peer name system and the development of a standardized domain driven approach to development of applications, and in particular AI integration of applications and domains. One of these may well be what brought you here so see the supporting material for more information on same. The remainder of this &sect; discusses the motivation driving my second working life.
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From the late nineties I mostly worked remote, but did work on-site in Buffalo in '14, and from the late 80s 60% or so of my work was on a contractor basis, by the turn of the century independent of job shop parasites. From late '18, for the reason explained in the prior &sect;, I consider this phase of working life ended, the last actual gig was spring '18. The character also discussed in theat &sect;, together with a less than propitious childhood, lead to a less than stellar success in my first working life, as far as success is measured in money and the like. However I think it was a tremendous success in delivering me more or less whole, as a life long learner with a [[Mensa|<span style="color: cyan;">high IQ</span>]], and considerable depth of experience as an IT worker, to this point where I can work for myself, society at large, and free, open source production. Jobs I may take after this will only be on a remote fixed cost retainer basis and in relation to application of my ongoing Praxis.
 
From the late nineties I mostly worked remote, but did work on-site in Buffalo in '14, and from the late 80s 60% or so of my work was on a contractor basis, by the turn of the century independent of job shop parasites. From late '18, for the reason explained in the prior &sect;, I consider this phase of working life ended, the last actual gig was spring '18. The character also discussed in theat &sect;, together with a less than propitious childhood, lead to a less than stellar success in my first working life, as far as success is measured in money and the like. However I think it was a tremendous success in delivering me more or less whole, as a life long learner with a [[Mensa|<span style="color: cyan;">high IQ</span>]], and considerable depth of experience as an IT worker, to this point where I can work for myself, society at large, and free, open source production. Jobs I may take after this will only be on a remote fixed cost retainer basis and in relation to application of my ongoing Praxis.
  
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= About Legacy Content =
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<font size=4>M</font>uch of the legacy content had as its original purpose job seeking. To the extent that it is, this content is maintained for historical purpose and works where it works, e.g. flash (like the <span class=plainlinks>[https://meansofproduction.biz/eg/index.php/Programming_Practice(HTML5) <span style="color: pink;">Old Web Portfolio</span>]</span>), or areas broken by TLS (https), modern browser constraints, may or may not be fixed. Here are links that were formerly in the stuffs box to your left before this reorganization:
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<table align=center style="background-color: gray;"><tr><td> [[UnitXP |<span style="color: cyan;">Agile Praxis</span>]]</td><td width=150></td><td> [[Ft |<span style="color: cyan;">Ft Concept</span>]]</td></tr>
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<tr><td> Praxis Tour (linked above)</td><td></td><td> [[The_Chosen_Ones |<span style="color: cyan;">UI/UX Artistry</span>]]</td></tr></table>
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Since I've always thought of myself as an independent agent of production, a substantial amount of the legacy content has a historical relevance to current efforts.
 
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