throwaway wrote

  • Support a Free Software project, either with your programming skillz or funding
  • Follow in the footsteps of No Fun Friday, become a 1337 antifa haxer
  • Put up stickers and posters in your city
  • Smash surveillance cameras with a hammer, or put stickers over them (I use 'Stop Control' stickers from a local anarchist space)
  • Help the poor in your area (just avoid making it some kind of marketing for anarchism - just help to help, nothing more)
  • Grab your guitar and go play some anarchist songs on the street
  • Print some zines, go to a busy place and hand them out
  • Try going vegetarian or vegan (remember, all change starts with yourself)
  • Join protests and other movements in your city or cities close to you (there's plenty, trust me)

throwaway wrote

Freelance python web developer here, my vote goes to Python too. It's simple once you learn to think 'programatically', there's no strange requirements when it comes to syntax, and you can easily learn many other languages once you get the hang of it.

It's also incredibly versatile. You can make tiny scripts, huge logical applications, webshops made fully custom with awesome CMS's such as Wagtail - the possibilities are almost endless.

If you're feeling experimental and want to try something new, that might be the bright new future, but could also be nothing but trash, try a functional programming language such as Elixir, and learn the framework that goes along with it for web development, Phoenix.

Good luck (:


throwaway wrote

An anarchist gathering place in my town has a poster out front that reads:

'Nobody tells the truth
Nobody cares about you
Nobody will keep their promises
Nobody will represent your interests
Nobody can make decisions on your behalf
Vote for nobody!'