I'm starting down the path of applying for full-time jobs with a goal to negotiate down to 30 hours during the offer phase. This follows the advice of Itamar Turner-Trauring, who published a book "You can negotiate for a 3-day weekend". I stumbled across that from a blog article, "What software developers can do about climate change" (https://codewithoutrules.com/2019/09/10/software-developers-climage-change/) at the end of which he gives out a free copy of the book to anybody looking for free time to be activists.
That in mind, if anybody needs a #Python / #Django developer, remote or in #PDX, and they think their company* would be flexible enough to allow 30-ish hour work weeks, let me know. I mean, there's probably a referral bonus in it for you.
I mean, even Amazon has a 30-hour workweek program. Or had. I don't know if it survived.
(*No adtech, no bitcoin, probably no clown platforms unless it's actual clowns).
@gdorn Google has such a program. But, adtech.
@gdorn I'm pretty sure I would be just as productive in a 32 hour work week as 40. More, possibly.
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