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And that means they are exploring the city’s women.
And they exhibited little to no interest in the other person at the table.“There were a lot of tech men. “The type of person who is attracted to these jobs and thus to the Seattle area seems to be a socially awkward, emotionally stunted, sheltered, strangely entitled, and/or a misogynistic individual,” she wrote in an email.
He was trim, tall, bearded (as they all seem to be), a recent transplant, having only lived in Seattle for a year or so and worked at a start-up, after burning out at Amazon (as they all seem to have).
He rode his bike around town; he had good taste in food and wine; and he lived across the street from where we were meeting.
They were not straight, white guys from flyover country or California imported by a software company.
They spent their time doing things other than making Jeff Bezos more money.
In San Francisco, said Violet, “There were a lot of men to date with disposable income who wanted to take women out. “My dating life went from dating artists and writers and going on cheap but exciting dates, to men who thought the ability to buy someone an expensive meal made them interesting.”Because there are so many people in tech in Seattle and San Francisco, it is like the men in tech have eaten two previously diverse and interesting cities whole.
The phenomenon of programming taking over as one of the top white collar occupations (according to the U. Bureau of Labor Statistics, computer and mathematical science occupations are “projected to add 967,00 jobs in 2014,” the fastest growing in professional occupations), and the new breed of programmers that are being pumped into the tech sector—derisively dubbed “brogrammers”—is explored deeply by Nick Parish in “SF, Palo Alto, Mountain View, and Man Jose (I mean, San Jose) are all tech-centric, and a potential problem there is that it can attract residents who want a certain kind of lifestyle—namely, a successful but very hectic one,” said Swiryn. And while there’s nothing wrong with that personality or lifestyle, it can create a proportionately homogenous population, making it harder to find a balance with people which is necessary in any successful relationship.”When everyone is exactly the same, you don’t get exposed to different worlds the way you would if you met someone who was a metalworker or a sculptural artist, or an actor, or an industrial designer, or a university professor.
It felt more like a job interview, but not the way a date is supposed to be a job interview.
There was no grilling about where you were from and what your family was like and what you were looking for.
Arlene said that she was once contacted by a Microsoft programmer on OKCupid who required that she read In Seattle, it has been easy to hook up, but hard to find anyone really interesting or worthwhile for the long term.
The majority of the guys who are moving here for companies like Amazon seem to be their late 20s or early 30s, and they are new and exploring the city.
Books they read, plays they go to (or star in), people they know, parties they go to—these things are hopefully different than, but complementary to, your own world.