>>34585>where do you place your skill as a tech?
acceptable. been doing this for most of my conscious life. i focus on a few particular things but i'd call myself a generalist.
>I mean are you a good programmer?
i built a career of being a programmer for the last 15+ years. i write clean, effective code when i want to. good is subjective. i build my own stuff to my liking and things for my employer to their liking. i am also a frothing free software zealot.
>Or you're really good at building and soldering?
i solder quite well and assemble electronic things with relative ease. it's been a few years since i've designed and built something myself, though. most everything recently has been kit based.
i've organized a couple of events but i don't have the time to keep up with it.
i make a little extra income off pentesting. mostly skidiot stuff with some breaking and entering but it pays the bills. i'm not out discovering exploits but i'm no dummy, either.
i don't really care about ricing things.
>Or fixing broken stuff?
i fix stuff pretty well and i try to fix everything i can. it's getting harder to do that with all this disposable tech, though.