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Comment: Re:The answer is simple.... (Score 5, Interesting) 630

by bluestar (#41310949) Attached to: Is a Computer Science Degree Worth Getting Anymore?

"yes, but those were all hobby projects, not actual industrial experience, we can't accept that"

That's why I created a "company" and registered a domain. I credit all my "hobby" work to that company. It at least gets you past the HR idiots and then you can explain things better to an interviewer. I don't "use Linux at home", I build HA web clusters for fun.

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NASA Preparing For Largest Hurricane Study Ever 28

Posted by Soulskill
from the assuming-they're-not-blowing-hot-air dept.
anonymous writes "Does lightning predict the intensity of a tropical storm? What role does dust from the Sahara play? Do hurricanes form from the large-scale environment around a tropical storm or from small-scale formations 100 kilometers from the center? A team from NASA, NOAA, and NSF plan to find out. Starting Saturday, the team will conduct the largest hurricane study every undertaken. Among other things, a better understanding of hurricanes has ramifications for weather prediction, building codes, insurance policies, and disaster planning." One recent study found that hurricane creation is affected by plankton in the ocean.

Parts that positively cannot be assembled in improper order will be.

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