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(Unofficial) geonet earthquake feed. Posts earthquakes felt in New Zealand at at least an intensity of III (weak)
There are black zones of shadow close to our daily paths.
Your friendly neighbourhood Cloud Island administrator.
New Zealand immigrant.
Founder of https://eiara.nz. Does DevOps, culture, and tells you how security impacts everything you design.
Wrote Contempt Culture: https://blog.aurynn.com/2015/12/16-contempt-culture/
Has lots of thoughts about tech culture, 'cos she's been doing this way too long now.
Your cutest cyberpunk trans pocket friend.
Depression, Anxiety, Autism, Security.
Killing demons for a living.
Maintainer of https://stickertrade.me
Coding, sewing, baking. AMAB, trans but just starting that journey.
👬 👨🏻💻 🤷🏻♂️ 🏳️🌈 🦄. Pronouns: he/him (they/them are ok too). Married to a wonderful person also named Patrick.
I think you are awesome. Cats are awesome too.
Director of PyConline AU and (hopefully) PyCon AU Adelaide 2021. Founding co-organiser of Python Adelaide. Script kitty, cyclist, non-binary trans girl, disaster bisexual. More scared of you than you are of her.
DevOps monkey and Pythonista at Runaway Play
. I am an occasional lecturer at Otago Polytechnic and current president of NZPUG
. Immigrant, he/him
It might seem obvious that if you value something, you'll make an effort to get better at it. What's less intuitive is that if you make an effort to get better at something you're not good at, you'll learn its value.
🌟 I appreciate that toot.
♻️ You should read that toot (coz 👍 or 😱).
🌟 + ♻️ I appreciate AND you should read.
Vintage computer enthusiast, VFX survivor, volunteer medic, student paramedic. Pixar owe me a teapot.
Artist and manager living in Wellington, NZ. Beer, coffee, and Oxford commas are gooood.
Solidly bitter, and a touch spicy with alcohol in the finish.
Just this guy, you know. Video game developer and author in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Best known for YarnSpinner (https://yarnspinner.dev), the video game Night in the Woods, and, like, a million O'Reilly Media books.
i'm in canberra, australia but love wellington nz. i do computers and my cat's name is mickey. pronouns are she/her but i also like it when you use they/them for me
Infrastructure Cowboy / Magpie at a Disco