As a professional software developer, I often spend most of my day typing. Over the course of twenty years of professional software development, I’ve typed on just every type of keyboard imaginable. In the beginning, I didn’t have a preference.
Our shiny new HP DL320e rackmount server arrived last week, but installing CentOS 7 proved problematic. When installing CentOS 7,
I received the error: “firmware bug - the BIOS has corrupted HW-PMU resources.”
When it comes to software developers who want to work independently, you have a few choices – hammer out a software product or service and start hawking it, start contracting, or try their hands at freelancing.