At the link is the recipe for homemade "OpenCola," an open-source cola beverage that invites makers to create and modify their recipe to achieve a better beverage.
It is licensed under the GNU General Public License.
In my submission, Where to go after a lifetime of IT, a slashdot user posted a comment saying to ask for information about working in IT for the entertainment industry.
I posted a reply to the comment but the user never got back to me. TakeyMcTaker, if you're out there, please reply to this with any information you might have
Or, if anyone has any info on how to reach TakeyMcTaker, please drop me a line.
I have been working in the IT field for the past 20 years, and after getting hired by the largest financial company in the world, I thought I might have finally found a place to retire from.
However, after working here for less than 6 months, I find myself, not exactly burnt out, but longing for a complete career field change.
Since all of my experience has been IT related, I'm not sure where I could go from here.
What would slashdot readers consider doing for a living after being in a single field for so long?
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