If you are still interested in academics at all, check into some post docs or professorships. Otherwise, try to brush up your C++ and anything else which might look interesting and in demand. More and more I would discourage anyone from expecting any concrete advantages from advance degrees, particularly in computer applications.
They usually will send us, even if the location is exotic (like a cruise) as long as there is some smidgen of learning involved. It is one of the perks of working for a good company...
I was able to get my company to send me on the Java Jam cruise since its cost was 1/2 the price of JavaOne. If a company does not want to train me and is too cheap to send em to conferences, then to hell with them. I will leave the company for greener pastures. Vote with your feet people; do not let the bean counters ruin you work. There are better companies out there.
So how are they going to finagle fees from us for this? Decoders? It is scandalous that we have to pay through the nose just for the right to be spied on
Get the acid-free paper. Will last forever
Ah nothing like propaganda for the brown shirts.....
What does "Most" mean? Sounds like another loophole..
I went to an Ivy League school, and we actually had a professional astronomer visit and beg us not to try to get a job in the field! There are NO jobs in the field, at least paying jobs.
It was the C++ re-write that screwed Mozilla/Netscape. C++ is the worst language that ever had widespread adoption as far as productivity.
How about a really bold statement there FCC?
Why aren't those low prices passed on to consumers? The wholesale cost of electricity has dropped 50%, but our rates have not....
Sorry folks, we peed away all your cash and government incentives and it is too expensive to actually produce anything
....so please invest more so that we can do more R&D
and they really want people they can pay less
They would prefer a liberal arts major that they could pay a lot less!