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<span style="font-size: 30px;color: gold;">  Jobs F.A.Q.</span><br>
<h1><font color=red> &nbsp; Short answers here; click thru for more depth.</font></h1><br><span style="font-size: 16px;">
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<span style="font-size: 24px;color: gold;">Limited to applications of my services and products.</span><br>
# [[about_Testing|<font color=red>Will you take our test?</font>]] <blockquote>  Absolutely not.  <ref>Thought June 2012 I'd had the definitive and [[Talk:About Testing|<font color=cyan>final experience</font>]] with this, I can tell you now unless your overall decision/vetting process can be done with a few minutes of my time before you engage my labor, please just go away. By further experience did finally reach apodictic certainty, that no matter how tempting the work you have might be for whatever reason, there's no getting around how this casts you and/or your organization as negative and incapable of making basic judgments in IT and in human relations (using just innate understanding). I'd rather not work with that kind of thing, work I do is too hard and too poorly compensated to put up with such stuff. Also check out what [http://blip.tv/learning-without-frontiers/noam-chomsky-the-purpose-of-education-5925460 <font color=cyan>Noam Chomsky</font>] says about testing about mark 16:00, Bill Gates recent (2013-04) editorial in the NYT on testing, etc. </ref> <ref>Or the kind of person I want to be. I only had the latter day experience by being willing to join what I characterize as negative above.</ref>  From this point, if you've read this and are presenting me with a request to take a test, challenge, etc., or perform other unpaid work as a challenge to my competence, I'll assume that you are [[:en:troll (internet)|<font color=cyan>trolling</font>]]. </blockquote>
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<span style="font-size: 18px;color: red;"> fixed cost only, retainer preferred/best value but payment on delivery generally acceptable, and net billing may be.</span>
# <font color=red>Will you work for hire without an advance?</font> <blockquote> No. Working out sharing at little or no cost cooperatively per the domain terms with firms and individuals. Also cf. Free Goods and Services (GaS).</blockquote>
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<span style="font-size: 12px;color: white;position: relative;top: -5px;"> Reduced risk, superior value. Worked IP is generally developed in my space if not prepaid.</span></center>
# <font size=4 color=red>How many interests/parties you can work with in paid work? </font> <blockquote>3. American Kybernetik (me),  a (possilbly collective/corporate) single interest (you), and market / [[society|society]] / stakeholders (everybody else as silent third partner).<br>"My 'direct' client" indicates that you are an extraneous fourth.</blockquote>
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# [[about_Testing|<font color=red>Will you take our test?</font>]] <blockquote>  Absolutely not.  <ref>Thought June 2012 I'd had the definitive and [[Talk:About Testing|<font color=cyan>final experience</font>]] with this, I can tell you now unless your overall decision/vetting process can be done with a few minutes of my time before you engage my labor, please just go away. By further experience did finally reach apodictic certainty, that no matter how tempting the work you have might be for whatever reason, there's no getting around how this casts you and/or your organization as negative and incapable of making basic judgments in IT and in human relations (using just innate understanding). I'd rather not work with that kind of thing, work I do is too hard and too poorly compensated to put up with such stuff. Also check out what [http://blip.tv/learning-without-frontiers/noam-chomsky-the-purpose-of-education-5925460 <font color=cyan>Noam Chomsky</font>] says about testing about mark 16:00, Bill Gates recent (2013-04) editorial in the NYT on testing, etc. </ref> <ref>Or the kind of person I want to be. I only had the latter day experience by being willing to join what I characterize as negative above.</ref>  From this point, if you've read this and related pages and are presenting me with some challenge to my competence, or other hoops, I'll assume that you are [[:en:troll (internet)|<font color=cyan>trolling</font>]]. </blockquote>
# [[bane|<font  color=red>How many years experience do you have with platform/language/package X?</font>]] <blockquote>  ~40 overall as a professional IT worker in 2021. As of mid 2018, 30+ C and its dialects, 30 relational database, 25 Linux, ~20 web apps, 18 Java, 10 mobile,  etc. Started in IT @ 19, had pre-professional phase, finally [https://meansofproduction.biz/blurbs <font color=cyan>blurbs</font>].</blockquote>
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# <font color=red>Will you work for hire without an advance?</font> <blockquote> For day jobs, this may be offered. Otherwise evaluated case by case. Also cf. Free Goods and Services (GaS) and <span  class="plainlinks">[https://wagelabor.thoughtcrime.biz  <span style="color: yellow;" >wagelabor.tcb</span>]</span>.</blockquote>
# [[references|<font  color=red>How about references?</font>]] <blockquote>  Click thru or otherwise DIY. Service worker but not a servant. ISO work play, applying skills rather than submission to attempted domination.</blockquote>
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# <font size=4 color=red>How many interests/parties you can work with in paid work? </font> <blockquote>3. <html><a style="color: cyan;" target=top href=https://juan.ai-integration.biz/everything/index.pl?node=AK>American Kybernetik</a></html> (me),  a (possilbly collective/corporate) single interest (you), and market / [[society|society]] / stakeholders (everybody else as silent third partner). "My 'direct' client" indicates that you may be an extraneous fourth party without independent hiring authority. If thats' not the case then your client certainly satisfies the term "stakeholder".</blockquote>
# [[Per Diem FAQ|<font  color=red>On-Site Rate? </font>]] <blockquote> See <html><a href=https://wagelabor.thoughtcrime.biz>Jobbing Card</a> </html> <ref>There was an appearance rate in the Rate Chart, it's pushed down now. Can probably discount/bundle but obviously on-site rate higher than current real remote rate.. </ref>.</blockquote>
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# [[Per Diem FAQ|<font  color=red>On-Site Rate? </font>]] <blockquote> See <html><a href=https://wagelabor.thoughtcrime.biz>Jobbing Card</a> </html> <ref>There was an appearance rate in the Rate Chart, it's pushed down now. I'm really not interested in on-site work and have done little of it this century. Global video interaction is the modern way. </ref>.</blockquote>
# [[Temporality|<font  color=red>What's with the weird dates? </font>]] <blockquote> I reject the Western Epoch, as it cuts off about half of the epoch of human civilization. The chosen epoch is the traditional Chinese long count from the traditional (not Qin Shi Huang) First Emperor. It's an important element of domain and culture independence. </ref>.</blockquote>
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# <font  color=red>What do you mean "market/value"? </font> <blockquote> The alternation between market value of IT creative staff labor in some one or a synthesis of job titles and the case of creation of IP with much higher value than that. E.g: an entity might be building some IP for which it needs a specific seat filled and the task is both clear and appropriately compensated by the seats job title, that then would be the market side of the alternation. OTOH if that entity is asking one man creation of some high value whole project IP, or a fundamental invention of high value incommensurate to a market wage of a single job title, then a "market wage" is inadequate, a different deal, the rationale actually of fixed cost, is needed. The market value of a man day is 8 x the hourly market range for the highest paying job title entailed, e.g. BLS 15-1133, fullstack execution in that title notwithstanding.</blockquote>
 
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# [[bane|<font  color=red>How many years experience do you have with platform/language/package X?</font>]] <blockquote>  ~40 overall as a professional IT worker in 2021. As of mid 2018, 30+ C and its dialects, 30 relational database, 25 Linux, ~20 web apps, 18 Java, 10 mobile,  etc. Started in IT @ 19, had pre-professional phase, [https://meansofproduction.biz/blurbs <font color=cyan>blurbs</font>] is mostly 2005-2015.</blockquote>
 
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# [[Temporality|<font  color=red>What's with the weird dates? </font>]] <blockquote> I reject the Western Epoch, which among other shortcomings, cuts off more than half of the human historical epoch, is imprecise, and is based on a pernicious superstition. The chosen epoch is the traditional Chinese long count from the traditional (not Qin Shi Huang) First Emperor. It's an important element of domain and culture independence. Other epoch may be used if there is a compelling new standard.</blockquote>
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# <font  color=red>How does this relate to "Public Job Shop"</font> <blockquote> It doesn't as such, I won't try to force things into there except development of my projects. The expected norm for generic contract programming is that occurs in the buyers dev domain, which it does albeit one of my zones unless the work is prepaid.</blockquote>
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# [[references|<font  color=red>How about references?</font>]] <blockquote>  Click thru or otherwise DIY. Service worker but not a servant. As you may have gathered, might be interested in but don't need your job.</blockquote>
 
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Jobs F.A.Q.
Limited to applications of my services and products.
fixed cost only, retainer preferred/best value but payment on delivery generally acceptable, and net billing may be.

Reduced risk, superior value. Worked IP is generally developed in my space if not prepaid.
  1. Will you take our test?

    Absolutely not. [1] [2] From this point, if you've read this and related pages and are presenting me with some challenge to my competence, or other hoops, I'll assume that you are trolling.

  2. Will you work for hire without an advance?

    For day jobs, this may be offered. Otherwise evaluated case by case. Also cf. Free Goods and Services (GaS) and wagelabor.tcb.

  3. How many interests/parties you can work with in paid work?

    3. American Kybernetik (me), a (possilbly collective/corporate) single interest (you), and market / society / stakeholders (everybody else as silent third partner). "My 'direct' client" indicates that you may be an extraneous fourth party without independent hiring authority. If thats' not the case then your client certainly satisfies the term "stakeholder".

  4. On-Site Rate?

    See Jobbing Card [3].

  5. What do you mean "market/value"?

    The alternation between market value of IT creative staff labor in some one or a synthesis of job titles and the case of creation of IP with much higher value than that. E.g: an entity might be building some IP for which it needs a specific seat filled and the task is both clear and appropriately compensated by the seats job title, that then would be the market side of the alternation. OTOH if that entity is asking one man creation of some high value whole project IP, or a fundamental invention of high value incommensurate to a market wage of a single job title, then a "market wage" is inadequate, a different deal, the rationale actually of fixed cost, is needed. The market value of a man day is 8 x the hourly market range for the highest paying job title entailed, e.g. BLS 15-1133, fullstack execution in that title notwithstanding.

  6. How many years experience do you have with platform/language/package X?

    ~40 overall as a professional IT worker in 2021. As of mid 2018, 30+ C and its dialects, 30 relational database, 25 Linux, ~20 web apps, 18 Java, 10 mobile, etc. Started in IT @ 19, had pre-professional phase, blurbs is mostly 2005-2015.

  7. What's with the weird dates?

    I reject the Western Epoch, which among other shortcomings, cuts off more than half of the human historical epoch, is imprecise, and is based on a pernicious superstition. The chosen epoch is the traditional Chinese long count from the traditional (not Qin Shi Huang) First Emperor. It's an important element of domain and culture independence. Other epoch may be used if there is a compelling new standard.

  8. How does this relate to "Public Job Shop"

    It doesn't as such, I won't try to force things into there except development of my projects. The expected norm for generic contract programming is that occurs in the buyers dev domain, which it does albeit one of my zones unless the work is prepaid.

  9. How about references?

    Click thru or otherwise DIY. Service worker but not a servant. As you may have gathered, might be interested in but don't need your job.




  1. Thought June 2012 I'd had the definitive and final experience with this, I can tell you now unless your overall decision/vetting process can be done with a few minutes of my time before you engage my labor, please just go away. By further experience did finally reach apodictic certainty, that no matter how tempting the work you have might be for whatever reason, there's no getting around how this casts you and/or your organization as negative and incapable of making basic judgments in IT and in human relations (using just innate understanding). I'd rather not work with that kind of thing, work I do is too hard and too poorly compensated to put up with such stuff. Also check out what Noam Chomsky says about testing about mark 16:00, Bill Gates recent (2013-04) editorial in the NYT on testing, etc.
  2. Or the kind of person I want to be. I only had the latter day experience by being willing to join what I characterize as negative above.
  3. There was an appearance rate in the Rate Chart, it's pushed down now. I'm really not interested in on-site work and have done little of it this century. Global video interaction is the modern way.