[Noisebridge-discuss] New in town
will.sargent at gmail.com
Sun Nov 6 11:53:10 PST 2011
Ultimately, what defines you as a geek is your involvement in geeky things.
A good start is learning a programming language. Noisebridge has
classes you can attend and a library. There are also various meetup
groups that hold "introduction to programming" classes.
Startups do not (always) mean having fun and getting rich (unless
you're the founder), and Noisebridge is not really the place to look
for it. If you talk to YCombinator, they should be able to point you
to the right place.
On Sun, Nov 6, 2011 at 11:33 AM, Advocate <advocate at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not a maker, I'm not an IT guru, I'm not particularly geeky or nerdy or
> dweeby. I was set off-track for all those things when I was a kid but now...
> Now I'm in the Bay Area and I'm ready to catch up.
> I moved here with no plan and no backup. Things are going relatively well
> but I need help finding work which can accommodate someone who is only a
> little geeky, a little maker/burnerish, pretty intelligent and well-read but
> has lead a stupid mundane life for quite awhile.
> Anyone have a startup I can get in on, do random general
> creative/intellectual work, have a great deal of fun and get rich?
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