What is the process?
Fill in any gaps in this with …
- How many applications received versus selected?
- How many people will get interviews?
- What’s entailed in hiring process?
- Length of hiring window?
- 2 week notice allowed?
- Follow up email of denial?
- What was the past year of hiring like?
- What team would I be on?
- How many in Management / Leads / Senior positions?
- Who is direct boss & their boss?
- Hours / Remote – Work from home?
- What sort of training / pairing exploration of company best practices or resources on accepted ‘house rules’ is available?
- What created the opening? New position or vacancy or promotion?
- Before I take any tests – what’s the pay range? Not what are you paying me, but what range do you have a budget for? This becomes important as some companies are asking for week long applications to be built as part of their interview process.
- May I contact you?
Went ahead and drew up an online order for pho soup according to this recipe.
This makes some buying choice …
- you have zero ingredients – there’s tons of stuff you can re-use, especially spice wise.
- you don’t use the spendiest things on the list
- you still use garlic/onion/lime/ginger/green onion
- Fresh basil/mint/cilantro – stronger taste, but more $ over time
- bags over jars of spices – no need to pay for jars when I have better & tighter seals at home on my stuff
The near field communication (NFC) was hitting back in 2012.
I lost the last of my chips during my move, after donating two or three to the household I left. We left them at the door to toggle at home mode (power settings off, WIFI on + password, toggle off cell data, notification volumes & settings, screen brightness, pair to wireless home speakers).
Some setup stuff as I get ready to order new ones.
- Using trigger to toggle stuff – Link – perhaps the easiest way
- Basic how to do NFC tags – Link
- Android programming phone to toggle your wireless (you can set it to change multiple things at once with a single scan too) – Link
- Android Apps for programming NFC chips – Link
There are pre-formatted & not formatted types of tags - so read before you buy to same some hassle!
Also, these cards do have 10,000 write limits generally - which you should never hit, but can be circumvented by assigning unique id
So I’m in the process of looking to order new ones. My considerations …
- I prefer already formatted NFC cards, as less steps to get setup
- I like the stickers on the back, though I have some 3M double tape
- Last time I used uses harder plastic ones with sticky backs – Link
- Was very happy with them
- PVC harder to wear out
- Sticky back side
- Con, 30% more, which is a big for my project when I might be ordering 10 cards per kid & some spares for ~100 cards
- App Inventor NFC reader by MIT – Link
- Trading card game simulation
- There are some that are size of trading cards with blank surfaces – Link
- The cards are either 7×5″ or 3×2″
- 67 cents / card or 62 cents for smaller circles
- I could shove in sleeves with little pre-printed designs or just use a bubblejet on clear trading card sleeves.
- Might be safer legally to have the kids just print their own designs on paper, cut them out & then fold them to make the sleeves
- Adventure game
- Each card is an action or each card is a direction?
Some examples of people doing stuff
- bass wrist band – Link
- gloves that act as sonar for blind – Link
- wrist band to hug via cell phone – Link
- rassbery pi’s (older) – Link
- triple haptic in wrist watch shape from a college project – Link
- Bass backpack (sub pac m2) – Link
Haptic motors etc
- text instruments has some chips with bluetooth built in – Link
- Rassbery PI w – bluetooth/wifi built in at $10 – Link
- Flora is a sewable? – $17 – Link
SSH to your PI – Link