Have found a small draft I wrote back in 2017 on the next day we had a drinks in a pub. I think, some of you might be interested. Honestly, it would be very funny if Eurozone could collapse at some point but UK would still argue, negotiate and postpone Brexit desition: Mister cat, are you going to leave or not?!? ))
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It’s a bit funny when some of your friends dissappears for a while and then suddenly gets in contact with you years after. Life is a bit complicated so normally I do not raise questions in this case ) Someone I haven’t seen for ages wants to have a spontanious drink? Sure) I have got invitation for an event? Yeah, why not?.. Long story short – last weekend I got unexpected chance to visit an off-road park and shoot awesome pictures I have decided to share with you. Read More →
I was told about this track by a friend who lives just 20 minutes driving from it, approximately. And I have to say I wasn’t impressed after reading the track description on the Department of Conversation web site. Still we were curious enough, so we decided to go. Without any regrets! Read More →
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buys a yacht finally goes sailing for a first time. Sometimes you have to pay to experience this, sometimes you have to work for it on a boat, sometimes you have to do nothing. I was lucky enough cause in my case it was a way easy. Our friend, who has recently left big city and moved into countryside, bought a boat and invited us to go sailing. Yay!
A few years ago I was looking for my first job in New Zealand. Two years later, I was interviewing people myself for a number of positions opened within the company. So I had a chance to have a look at hiring from the completely opposite side. This opportunity gave me a clue and pointed me to the same mistakes I did some time ago. Just wanted to share my thoughts on how to apply for an IT job in New Zealand and give you some tips how to avoid having your job application from being thrown into a rubbish bin. Read More →