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back to the topic: postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at the department of history at university.
added on the 2018-04-27 03:22:16 by dipswitch dipswitch
the constant boulder dodging and weighting of artifacts against bags of sand must be quite stressful. take care! <3
added on the 2018-04-27 03:57:53 by bsp bsp
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So you're arguing that bsp is not primarily using the shadertoy sources for commercial purposes when he's throwing the code at his commercial software to test if it works and if not analysing the source code and writing a unit test based on it?


Yap. Because they are not making money with these sources at that testing time. They are "losing" (investing) money at the moment, because they dont sell anything but only have development costs. Heck, these tests even can result into losing money forever because they show they fail to produce a working shader environment and have to drop the project all together because all tests fail.

At this moment "commercial profit" is a speculation, not a fact.
added on the 2018-04-27 06:31:25 by Salinga Salinga
Back to the topic: I teach ferrets to sing.
added on the 2018-04-27 10:05:38 by Subi Subi
I sell these cool leather jackets
added on the 2018-04-27 10:09:01 by D.Fox D.Fox
Embedded systems software engineer for medical devices (eye surgery, analysis devices, etc.)
Previously >5 years in R&D at NEC. Before that: Lots of programming jobs while at university.
added on the 2018-04-27 10:58:07 by spike spike
Windows and Linux Sysadmin for my full time job.
Specialised hosting and consulting for the music industry as a side hustle.
added on the 2018-04-27 11:38:43 by rc55 rc55
ima serial cleaner
added on the 2018-04-27 12:02:20 by rutra80 rutra80
I also have a confession to make:
To test the routing of our customers equipment I send pings from it to commercial websites without asking them for permission first, sometimes I even increase the packet size.
added on the 2018-04-27 12:35:31 by wysiwtf wysiwtf
Contrary to what some people think, I don't do music / audio / DJing for a job. think my days for that are long gone, although I did have a good crack it in back in the 00's (see previous vinyl releases and seriously reduced brain cell count for details).

I'm actually a team leader / developer in .NET and SQL for a local software company dealing with warehousing, eCommerce and order management systems. Not the coolest of jobs but luckily it's stable and I enjoy it.
added on the 2018-04-27 14:27:39 by djh0ffman djh0ffman
Still working on computational physics software. Employed by a privately owned company, but closely collaborating with university professors and other high-rank academics who are on our payroll.
added on the 2018-04-27 15:18:48 by Adok Adok
rock biter
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LJ: Licenses only apply to anything that is released to the public. If it's only used internally within the company—and in this case not even integrated into anything, just used as input data as I understand—the licensing doesn't apply. This is advice from a lawyer I recently had consulted on a similar professional matter (CC licenses applied to code).


This isn´t true in general. Otherwise any company could happily use their $10k-per-unit CGI/CAD/wotever software without paying anything for it.

Unfortunately the CC license isn´t very specific regarding in-house use as it is mainly targetting distribution and reuse, which makes sense as it is focused on video/audio/imagery etc. and not well-tailored for software.

So far bsps use case still seems to be ok, but legally speaking still in the grey area.
added on the 2018-04-27 20:15:09 by T$ T$
I co-own a web/mobile tech startup called TalkJS, we make an embeddable chat component.
added on the 2018-04-27 20:47:01 by skrebbel skrebbel
Consulting iOS dev for Volvo, but moving back to gamedev at Zynga Finland this summer.
added on the 2018-04-27 22:34:43 by visy visy
In 1972, I was sent to prison by a military court for a crime I didn't commit. I promptly escaped from a maximum-security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, I survive as soldier of fortune.
added on the 2018-04-28 17:43:13 by havoc havoc
me too
added on the 2018-04-29 00:42:46 by rutra80 rutra80
I sell demoscene and demoscene accessories.
added on the 2018-04-29 00:50:12 by Tomoya Tomoya
Freelance video editor and compositor for more than 15 years now.
added on the 2018-04-29 09:22:52 by dirtie dirtie
SharePoint Online and C# developer for an insurance company. Not the most interesting stuff tbh...
added on the 2018-04-29 10:44:30 by Corial Corial
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In 1972, I was sent to prison by a military court for a crime I didn't commit. I promptly escaped from a maximum-security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, I survive as soldier of fortune.
@Havoc hey, I have a problem, and no one else can help. If I can find you, maybe I can hire... well you know,....
added on the 2018-04-29 11:12:19 by numtek numtek
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isn't all that gold weighting you down havoc?
added on the 2018-04-29 13:21:03 by psenough psenough
I'm currently developing web stuff for the aerospacial industry on an inclusive multicultural small startup based in Germany (founded by a German, a Belgian, and a Swede... none scene related), with a development office in Lisbon. We're hiring, in case you want to move to Lisbon just in time for Inércia Demoparty 2005, 2018 edition.
added on the 2018-05-01 02:36:09 by xernobyl xernobyl
Boring IT manager for small company that does photolithography systems for the semiconductor industry. So caching coders and escalating issues all day without knowing what I am talking about, same as I do in demoscene.
added on the 2018-05-01 11:56:29 by Ramon B5 Ramon B5
Ramon :-D
added on the 2018-05-01 14:14:22 by Corial Corial

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