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If you got a paid trip to anywhere in the world, where'd you choose to go? What'd you want to do there? ✈️🌍

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Oo, what a choice! I’d love to go to Italy, so maybe a trip taking in as much of the country as possible - I’d truly be in absolute heaven! Being surrounded by such beautiful landscapes, the history and culture, the art and architecture! It’d be such brilliant inspiration for my own art.
I’d be happy to visit anywhere in truth, as all of it would be so inspiring and I would just enjoy being exposed to different cultures really :)

If you make art of any kind: Who/what do you draw inspiration from for the things you create? Was there something/someone specific that inspired you to get into the kinds of art you do now? ✍🏻🎨🖼️

anonamouse89887’s Profile Photoanonamouse
Inspiration for me comes from everywhere really, but particularly from nature - it’s incredibly grounding and helps me feel in a more creative state, as well as topics such as architecture, history, literature, mythology and folklore, etc. Anything involving fantasy or storytelling is immensely inspiring, and is definitely the main backbone of my art!
In terms of people, I think I’ve always been interested in art, even as a very young child. My mum has always encouraged me and took me to museums and galleries as a child, so that definitely helped in terms of exposure to all kinds of art and history! ✨

Do you consider Amsterdam as a Dutch city?

Hmm yes and no.
The architecture and history is Dutch, but most things are over exaggerated and do not represent the Dutch culture at all. 😅 I can’t even speak in my native language in most parts of the center, to me that’s bizarre. 🤯
When you go a bit outside the center, you’ll find the more Dutch part of the city, where people can actually speak Dutch.
Do you consider Amsterdam as a Dutch city

As an urban planning student I'm curious, how would you describe an ideal city? 🏙️

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
A river, a lake, trees, a forest nearby. Cities are too grey. Too "futuristic". I think people forget how much nature can heal and how important it is for us in every possible way. I also think that modern architecture seems more dead than anything else. It's so... flat. Compare that to the architecture from the 20th century - Art nouveau for example. It gives life. It's charming, playful, artistic and has so much character and includes so much passion from the creators. The modern world is and looks depressing and it fits the modern mentality.
We need more life in our cities.

Le thème du jour est: Madame de Pompadour

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Je lui préfère Madame de Maintenon, plus "effacée" et discrète. Ceci-dit, La Pompadour avait un goût très sûr en architecture et un esprit facétieux rafraîchissant une fois gratté tout ce faste.
Le thème du jour est Madame de Pompadour

If you had to pick a different career than the one you have what career would you pick?

I kind of have an obsession with architecture, and I have an uncle who flips houses for a living, so I think being a homebuilder would be cool. I have so many interests that I think in reality it would be very difficult for me to settle on just one. Hence why I have three jobs.

What is your house like , what is the architecture style, decor theme, furniture theme, backyard design, etc

I don't know enough about house architecture types to be able to really say. It's just like, a ranch style house with a downstairs basement on a hill built in the 1990s. My inside style is maximalist, I love bright colors and patterns. My backyard is an overgrown forest on a steep slope, there isn't a backyard that's useable really unless we build some wild decking.
What is your house like  what is the architecture style decor theme furniture

Расскажи об организации, в которой ты работаешь

Я владею архитектурной компанией «Estes Fram Architecture» (EFA). Учился на архитектора, фактически работаю им тоже, но моя официальная должность - генеральный директор.

What historical period do you find most interesting? Why? ⏳

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
I love learning about ancient civilisation, particularly of ancient Egypt, Rome, Greece, etc.
I’m genuinely happy to learn about any period of history, in truth! My favourites would be the Viking era, the Renaissance in particular, the Age of Enlightenment, the Baroque and Rococo movements… basically anywhere in history up until the 1900s, aha. I still find the latter interesting, but we’ve all been educated about that the most and it’s more “recent” than the other time frames :)
As to why, basically I just enjoy fangirling over the art, architecture, the music, the changes in fashion and how it was influenced by societal progress and development, etc etc. I just find life back then fascinating, really :)
What historical period do you find most interesting Why

Hello, I am from Slovakia and Sweden is one of my dream countries. I would like to know, how would you rate your country. Is it good place to live? Also, what is your major?

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Sweden can be amazing! 🇸🇪
We have things I think the whole world should embrace, like free higher education and healthcare. Students even get PAYED in benefits to study, not much but still 💵
There is gorgeous nature, which is made easier to explore and experience thanks to laws which allows you to walk on private property as long as you are respectful. Sweden has a rich history which is reflected in the beautiful old architecture in most Swedish city centres. Many palaces and mansions can also be found in the countryside 🏰
It's also a country where you're truly free to be who you want to be, cause of the longstanding separation between religion and state. Some of the best pastries can be found here too, from princess cakes and chocolate balls to "semlor" 🍰
But there are times when it's not so amazing. There's been an increased amount of violent crime and substance abuse recently. In the town where I live it's apparently very easy to get a hold of dr*gs if you want to. I don't notice it in my regular life though, except for the ways my student organization tries to crack down on it. I think it very much has to do with what kinds of circles you're in. You also often hear about shootings and gang wars in the news 😨
It may not be perfect but comparitively speaking, I still think Sweden is a great place to live. I'd be hard pressed to come up with many better alternatives 😊
And I'll soon have my bachelor's degree in urban planning! 🎓

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Hello I am from Slovakia and Sweden is one of my dream countries I would like to

هل شركات الفانج بتهتم بمعرفتي ب OS و Computer architecture و Computer graphics ؟ وهل فعلاً مش أهم حاجة عندهم ال problem solving ؟

Interviews wise? Most of the interviews are about problem solving
There are some topics might be asked also in CS, such as networking, os, Locks and Synchronization, database, multi threading, regex, etc. I doubt questions about graphics / computer architecture

How'd you rate your phone's camera? Maybe post a picture you took with it that you really like? 📱📸

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Well, it's fully ok for me as I make pics just for myself and my friends, so I don't care muxh about quality of camera and aesthetic meaning of what I make pics of 🤣 However I like make pics of surroundings I live in, like architecture, parks, food, ppl. I have interesting experience abroad and my friends like watching it.
Howd you rate your phones camera Maybe post a picture you took with it that you

I just noticed that you're in/from Netherlands - my question is, what would be that one place you'd suggest for everyone to visit? 🇳🇱 *But you can list more than one.* 😁😊

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🏘️ The first place I’d suggest everyone to visit is the city Utrecht. It has the same architecture as Amsterdam, but it’s less touristy, more actual Dutch (compared to Amsterdam). Lots of students in Utrecht as well, so there’s always a lot to do! Near Utrecht you also have Kasteel de Haar: a castle from around the 13th or 14th century.
🏰 Then I’d suggest to visit the theme park Efteling. It’s a fairy tale inspired theme park and it’s 70 years old so it holds a lot of history and memories there!
⛵️ Lastly I’d suggest Amsterdam. Amsterdam is just a whole different vibe from other cities around the world. 😂
Picture below is the entrance of Efteling in the evening. 🥰
I just noticed that youre infrom Netherlands  my question is what would be that

Apart from earning, raising a family and dying, how would you make the best out of life?

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I would turn my hobby (calligraphy) into side business and sometimes i would travel around my fav parts of the world to capture and appreciate the beauty of mighty oceans, mountains, roads, famous mosques, museums, historical buildings and their art and architecture. In Shaa Allah

best thing you did in paris x

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There are several things I did in Paris and I can’t rank them, but I really recommend doing these:
Cimetière du Père Lachaise. This is a very old graveyard. Famous people as Bugatti are buried here as well.
🖼 Louvre. The biggest art museum in Europe. In one day, you haven’t seen all of it. It holds Mona Lisa and the apartment of Napoleon.
🏛 Arc de Triomphe. Right in the middle of the roundabout which connects 12 big streets to one another in the shape of a star lies the Arc de Triomphe.
🌠 Champs-Elysées. This street is called like that “street of the stars” because of all the streets connecting to one another, causing a star shaped look from above.
🎭 Bibliothèque-musée de l'Opéra. This is architecture at it’s finest. Never seen a more beautiful interior for a theater.
🇫🇷 Eiffel Tower. Speaks for itself. I recommend booking online (make sure it’s official) if you want to get to the top. They’re almost always sold out so… from 22:00 every night every 5 minutes it lights up and sparkles. I recommends going a bit further away to have a more beautiful view!
Haven’t done these because of lack of time but:
🏰 Château de Versailles. King Louis the fourteenth his castle, but it’s more like a palace. It’s huge and very beautiful! You need a full day to explore most of it.
💀 Les Catacombes de Paris. Catacombs of Paris. Everything is covered with skulls. I recommend booking in advance if possible, because they’re easily sold out.
Also, if you’re in Paris. Disneyland Paris is quite close by. I recommend going there for two or three days to make the best out of everything. The two parks are really big, there is a lot to do and see and waiting lines are long. If you want rides + meet and greet with Disney characters, I definitely recommend going two days!
When you book a hotel there, you get lots of advantages, it’s expensive though, but not more expensive then buying regular tickets.
Try to find a hotel with a kitchen in your room, unless you don’t mind going out every night to have dinner. Expect to pay around €150 (euros) per day in Paris when eating out is included. Hotel is excluded with this price.

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best thing you did in paris x

Which is your favorite city you've been to? What made it so special according to you? 🏙

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The architecture is breathtakingly beautiful. You can wander around and never get bored. The grand hotel is still the nicest hotel I've ever been in. The people are fabulous. Some of the nicest people you could ever meet. It's just a wonderful city 🙂🙂🙂
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Which is your favorite city you've been to? What made it so special according to you? 🏙

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London! The whole vibe is just amazing. People are super friendly and welcoming, the architecture is gorgeous, the food is amazing, there is so much to do and see. I can't wait to go again and show my son around!
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What is your favourite holiday till today? 🗺

LunarHuntress’s Profile PhotoYentl (Only Dutch And English)
It's without a single doubt the big trip I made to parts of Asia and Australia in late 2018 🤩 It was one and half month long and got to visit four different countries!
🇯🇵: First we were in Tokyo for a week, got to experience the neon lit streets there, various shinto and buddhist temples and how different the culture was in general. With the weird ads playing in the subway and whole districts dedicated to anime and gaming. We also ate at a local noodle place and got some funny looks while struggling to eat with chopsticks.
🇭🇲: Then we went on to Australia, where we spent the largest chunk of the trip. We travelled along the whole east coast from Melbourne in the south to Cairns in the north. Got to see many cool animals in the wild such as koalas, kangaroos, penguins, dingos... heck, I even got to swim with a wild sea turtle when I was freediving in the Great Barrier Reef, which was a dream come true for me! We did many other fun things while we were there, like competing in a swim run at Bondi beach where you had to carry an inflated duck while also wearing flippers on your feet.
🇸🇬: After that we went Singapore for a few days. Got to see some of the cool architecture there such as the Gardens By The Bay and saw a bunch of wild monkeys and even a flying lemur when we walked in a small forested park. Also got drenched in true monsoon rain, which made me realize I shouldn't complain about Swedish weather.
🇨🇳: Lastly we went to Shanghai, also for a few days. You could say it was very... interesting Haha We did dodge a few bullets when it comes to scammers since we had read up on the tricks they use. We also couldn't really use the internet there cause of the way China blocks internet traffic. The central city was very cool though with the big skyscrapers and the old town really made you feel like you were back in ancient China.
I'll never forget the time I spend there on the opposite side of the world, it was a true trip of a lifetime 💙

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What is your favourite holiday till today

ايه المواد الى بتدريسيها ف قسم عماره كلها ؟ + هل كل المواد أغلبها كلام حفظ ولا أغلبها مواد رسم ؟

كلها كلها؟😂 هو اصلا انا اخر مرة كتبت هنا اني في عمارة كان من زمان اوي يعني فا انت عرفت منين🌚
المهم، لا هو جو الحفظ والمذاكرة ده مش موجود كتير عامة خالص مواد قليلة يعني اللي بتكون كده، في مواد فيها رغي شوية بس بتكون مش عايزاك تحفظ ولا حاجة بتحتاج فهم عادي واغلبها بيبقى سهل
مش عارفة هل "اغلبها مواد رسم" اللي في السؤال مفهومك بالنسبالي زي ما انت فهمتها ولا لأ فا لو انا فهماك غلط عرفني يعني:" الرسم كده كده هنا هي الاداة الاساسية بتاعتك للتعبير عن افكارك او اللي عايز تقوله يعني بجانب الكلام سواء رسم بإيدك او ديجيتال
بمعنى ان حتى المواد النظرية شوية زي تاريخ العمارة مثلا، لما بناخدها بنرسم فيها عادي
وانا شايفة من وجهة نظري الشخصية اللي ممكن يبقى ملهاش ستين لازمة عادي انه انا كنت بعرف ارسم من قبل ما ادخل الكلية اصلا ده ساعدني كتير، بس معايا ناس كتير مش بتعرف ترسم الرسم اللي هو فني بحت ده ودنيتهم ماشية زي الفل عادي جدا
المواد عامة اللي باخدها متعلقة بحاجات كتير يعني في مواد تاريخ ونظريات العمارة مثلا دي نظري شوية، في مواد ليها علاقة بمدني، حرفيا خرسانة وحديد وستراكتشر وكل ده بس طبعا اخف من مدني شوية كا خلفية مش اكتر، في مواد ليها علاقة بالتصميم، التصميم المعماري وطبعا دي اهم مواد، في تخطيط عمراني وتصميم عمراني، في مواد construction اللي هي بنخرج فيها لوح تنفيذية، يعني اللوح اللي بيمسكها مهندس موقع وكده وينفذ بيها على ارض الواقع
واخيرا في مواد ليها علاقة بالبناء زي الbuilding technologies ودي عندي منها كتير لأن الprogram اللي انا فيه اسمه architecture and engineering technology... فا ده عليه تركيز كبير شوية
في مواد عندي علمونا في basics لبعض برامج الرسم على الكمبيوتر بس دي حاجة اكتشفت ان مش عامة اوي في كليات عمارة يعني، الاساس انك هتعلم نفسك بنفسك ده كده كده يعني مكانش مفيد للدرجة اللي اخدناه😂
في مواد بتحتاج رسم هندسي ابو مسطرة ده زي مواد التصميم واللوح التنفيذية وباقي المواد لو فيه رسم فا زي ما قولت فوق بيكون حلجات بسيطة لشرح فكرة او كده ودي في الاغلب بتكون سكتش عادي يعني بالإيد وحاجات مبسطة يعني ودي مهارة عادي متكونش موجودة من الاول بس بتساعد كتير لو موجودة
انا اسفة على الكتابة المهولة دي بس لو محتاج شرح اكتر لحاجة معينة معنديش مانع يعني:"

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So..if you could go anywhere, where would you go?

I just thinking about UK, Spain or France.
UK - is because I'm in love with architecture of. And also I need more practice of language btw 😂
Spain - is because I fell in love with this country. I was in Spain in '19 and it was just great. One of my best memories. But I'm not sure because I WAS in Spain already.
And all my life I wanted to visit France at least once. But I'm not sure that I want to be there alone.
So IDN 😂
I looking for a company first time in my life 😂
What about you? do you want to go somewhere?

People who don’t like to travel, why is that?

There's some cool architecture and landscapes to see, but looking at cool old things isn't really very exciting to me, and I'm from the USA where we have every type of climate and geography, so there's not much gained by flying 9 hours to see a different mountain. I have to travel extensively for work, and before I had money I used to dream of being able to travel one day, but when I actually started doing it, I felt extremely underwhelmed. It's not that I don't like it, I'm just a little spoiled. I live near a major city, and my state is one of the biggest, so I have world-class museums, restaurants, and other attractions about 40 minutes away. I also like living/sleeping at home the best. Makes it hard to justify taking a trip to most places in the US, and places outside the US can be expensive and/or swarming with covid.
Sounds like you need a travel agent! Good travel agents today can do all the planning for you (flights, hotels, transfers, event tickets, etc.), and don't charge any fees since they get paid by the suppliers (i.e. the resorts or whatever that you book with). Most are hom online only so you don't need to go to them in person. Honestly there's really no reason not to book with travel agent these days, especially with all the insanity of Covid protocols, testing, etc. And they often have access to better deals (or extra perks) than you can find online, or can at least get the same pricing. Feel free to pm me for a recommendation (but full disclosure, it's my wife lol).
I personally LOVE to travel! But since having a family, I noticed that it’s way more work for me to take my family (with all their food allergies) away from home, where I know I can keep them safe and fed. The cost-benefit analysis has to come out in favor of seeing something special to take the risks.
I used to LOVE traveling but when I hit my early 40's I started getting super sick to my stomach every time I would travel. Add to that the fact that plane travel is horrible now it really discourages me. I still do it, though, just not often because I have to work myself up to it. I can only get by if I barely eat while traveling.
My SO is someone who just never felt the need to. It's not that he actively dislikes to travel, it's just that he doesn't have that strong I MUST HAVE SEEN X OR Y BEFORE I DIE feeling a lot of people have. I do like to travel, and he enjoys himself when he comes along, but he would've been just as happy had he not had those experiences, whereas I would've definitely felt I was missing out on something. People like to shit on people with no desire to travel (I used to) but honestly, if you'd ask me who is generally more happy or satisfied with life, him or me, it's him.
I get anxious when trying to navigate an unfamiliar place, and I don't like asking for help. That doesn't stop me from looking at maps obsessively and fantasizing about what life is like in other places, though.

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Why do you like to travel?

For me, it's about fulfilling a sense of wonder about a specific place. Unlike some travelers, I don't go to a place because it "sounds nice". I only visit places that intrigue me for one reason or another. I may have watched a documentary or a movie or read a book and suddenly I'm hooked. For instance, I loved British comedy when I was a kid. I had to go see England. So I did. It was everything I expected and more because I was interested in the small details of the place. The brick architecture. The hedgerows. The musty air of an old pub. The gray slate skies over the Channel. All that stuff. I've been to London twice. Still haven't seen Big Ben or Parliament. Why? I just don't care about them. I've read a lot about Roman history and the great Slavic migrations, so I visit those places. I probably won't visit Sweden because it just doesn't hold any allure to me. I'm sure it's nice and I even have a very good Swedish friend. But I'd rather go to Turkey. Or New Zealand. Or Argentina. Those places intrigue me. That's why I tell new travelers on this forum to think hard about what place holds that magical appeal in their minds. GO THERE. Once you do, every moment becomes special. You aren't just plodding from one tourist site to the next. You are instead immersed in a dream come to life. That's why I travel. Being completely immersed in a culture you have no experience with and people who speak a language you dont know is incredibly fun.
What I mean by perspective: these are the tourists who want to see something that they've heard about or read about all of their lives, and they want to see it for their own eyes rather than on a page or a screen. Times Square, the Mona Lisa, the Pyramids of Egypt, etc are typically the things that these people want to see. Examples: people who sign up for tour groups and spend 10 days on a bus going from tourist trap to tourist trap. Very few people fit perfectly into those three categories, but you can define a lot of travelers by how they fit across those categories. I'd say I personally am about 15% adventure, 15% hedonism and 70% perspective. I travel on my own, without a minimal set itinerary or guide, but the places where I travel tend to be fairly sedate and within an easy walk of toilet facilities. While travelling I indulge a little, but not much more than I would at home - it's about indulging in different things. And I'm 70% perspective: I want to be able to see thing with my own eyes so that I know what it really looks like, without the perspective filter that books, movies and video games put on places.

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Do you like travelling?

I am a tireless traveler. Travel makes me feel good, gives me energy, and makes me happy.
I was just in ayyuthaya (ancient city near Bangkok) I only had a rough idea of how to get around and I rented a bicycle instead of a motorbike cus I was a cheapskate. It ended up being 100x harder to get around and 100x more confusing. But the fun was that I just went where I felt was right. At each of the ruins, I had lovely conversations with other travelers about their trips and the locals are always helpful when I was absolutely lost.
Travelling may bring people joy through many ways. You may like to see beautiful cities and their landmarks, or simply their architecture and general atmosphere. You may want to see how different nature is around the globe and how surprising it may be to see the great outdoors. You may want to engage in different activities, from paragliding to dance classes, from rafting to riding camels in the desert, from balloon trips to hiking on mountains... you may want to experience different cultures and foods, you may want to know the history of the world in museums, or you may just want spend a few days relaxing in a beach or in a secluded lodge... you may want to know people from other places or you may want to go to big parties in a place where nobody knows you. These are some of the reasons why people travel, and only a few of them are applicable to me, for instance. Maybe some of these will appeal to you, or maybe none at all. It's for those moments that you just can't experience by staying home. I just got back from a trip where I could watch the sun come up while overlooking cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde and nobody else was around. There was a buffalo munching on grass right outside my cabin one evening. I've had too many extraordinary experiences to count over the years and that's what keeps me getting out there to places I've never been to.
My main hobby was photography. I then got into travel, and found that they were very complementary hobbies. The thrill of enjoying and taking in some place new is a cool buzz, especially when you have a camera in your hand and want to capture the moment to help relive it later on.
It's really hard to explain to be honest, it's just a feeling of exhilaration and excitement I get when I get to see new places and exploring an unknown (to me) area. It's a kind of passion which I don't really experience when doing anything else. The world we live in is so beautiful and there's so many amazing things to see, and I just enjoy seeing them :) whether it be interesting sights, cities, nature, or just people. At the end of the day we only have so much time on this Earth, I figure I may as well try and see as many interesting places as possible!

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What was the last thing you bought to improve the place where you live? What do you think will be the next such thing you'll buy? Doesn't matter how big or small 💸🏠

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I’m currently redecorating my room as it’s been in need of it for years, so I’ve bought a few prints to go on my wall. A couple are paintings by Van Gogh, nature prints, architecture photographs, etc! I’m hoping they’ll arrive soon as I’ve finished painting my room as well :)

What is the beauty of living in the Netherlands? What's interestnig?

ognevstepan’s Profile Photoвишнёвый
The weather!
Jk. It basically rains a lot and we have lots of wind here lol. 😅
But it’s on average a country with a lot of freedom of speech, lots of freedom to develop and express your own individuality. A good and not affordable healthcare system and equal rights for everyone by law.
I also really love our infrastructure. Because it’s such a small country with so many people living in it, we have lots of local traffic. The roads are developed really well to prevent traffic jams as much as possible.
I love the architecture the most, especially the older buildings. I can walk for hours outside just admiring the buildings 😄
The schools are good, I feel like some can really uplift the quality, but it’s affordable and it’s all depending on your own capabilities as well. (We have different levels of education so everyone gets things taught in the way they’re most capable of).

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What is the beauty of living in the Netherlands  Whats interestnig

Tell me something interesting.

I guess it depends on what interests you...but I find art history very interesting.
Did you know that between 1912-1948, art was recognized by the Olympics?
Medals were given for painting, literature, architecture, sculpture & music.
It's a shame the practice stopped, due to the excuse that artists are "professionals", while the athletes are considered "amateurs".
I'd be likely to watch those events, with great interest, if they still existed.
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Which past decade in the last 100 years or so do you like the most? When it comes to things such as music, fashion and general pop culture 🕺🎸📺🎩

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I’m really drawn to the 1920’s as far as fashion, music, culture, and architecture goes. I love anything Art Deco from that time frame. I think I was a flapper in a past life 😊
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What is the most visited monument by tourists in your country? Have you visited it too?

Dunno. I kinda don't like too crowded places, and especially the capital (usually people know only about it, so I'm sure that monument is out there somewhere). So I definitely wasn't there.
Maybe one day I will want to go there outside of the popular tourist routes. The architecture there, to be honest, is not very good, but laboratories at universities, a loft cinema in an old factory or a museum of space history could well interest me.

تفتكر المبرمج الشاطر بيرمج كام ساعة باليوم

أنا ملاحظ اسئلة كتير من عندك ليها علاقة بالموضوع دا،
عامةً يا نورا مفيش شغلانة اسمها مبرمج، المسمى دا انتهى مش هقول من ايام ويندوز 95 لا دا انتهى من ايام ما برمجة الكروت المثقوبة اللي بتتحط في كمبيوترز بحجم المباني انقرضت
فعل كتابة الكود او الـImplementation دا نشاط بيقوم بيه طيف واسع جدا من الناس كجزء من مهامهم الوظيفية، مش بس الـSoftware Engineers بكل اطيافهم انما فيه اكاديميين وباحثين وبيولوجيين وكيميائيين في مختبراتهم وحتى رياضيين او هواه ممكن يصادف مواقف في عملهم ينفذوا مهام تتطلب منهم كتابة كود.
لو اخدنا مثلا طيف التدرجات الوظيفية في مسار الـSoftware Engineering، هنلاقي مفيش اي علاقة بين الوقت اللي بتقضيه في كتابة كود وبين كفائتك، ولا حتى فيه علاقة بينه وبين درجتك الوظيفية.
انا كنت Software Engineer السنة اللي فاتت وكنت بكتب كود وبعمل حاجات تانية وبشارك في Architecture Decisions وBusiness Meetings
بقيت دلوقتي Senior Software Engineer ومازلت بعمل نفس الكلام بمسؤوليات اكبر وMentor ناس معايا
بس كدا، فمن الآخر مفيش اي علاقة بين اي حاجة من اللي اتقال دا

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