seriously once you go android you'll never go back
I think a lot of companies these days believe that IT/tech is overhead and not part of the core business. Part of that problem is most managers have no idea how it works, it just works. they toss money at a problem a result is produced. never understanding what went into making that result or what it takes to maintain it. they just know when they click they get
My four year old recommended Monster Physics , tinker box, Umi Numbers, Physics Ball. I've noticed that problem solving is becoming second nature in this young mind
I think your question is sort of short sighted. First of all what are you targeting for your "industry of choice"? Lots of industries still use what you are describing as outdated, non wage inducing technologies(social security administration and energy companies are still using VMS outdated, but many are also moving away for a better solution). The goal should be to get into a place that is still using what you are great with, that is moving to a newer technology/language,leverage what you know and get the practical experience you need to grow your skill set. settling on one language/skill is not always the way to move forward
seriously?! We are in the year of 2012, anyone who has this type of attitude towards women in the work place should be fired. that being said most techie types are pretty open minded about who they work with - as long as they can hold their own
I would say dont project an environment of harassment ( the tone is set at the top)
Should there be a need then make it known that there will possibly not be a second chance
I have a very low tolerance for this type of attitude in the work place. It's barbaric and counter productive
microsoft? try cpm/mpm
Boy do I remember those days acoustic coupled cradle modem and a whopping 300bps. Not having any money to get online the next thing to do was build a dialer to get a record of modem pickups and then searching for packet switch networks. after finally finding a suitable gateway it was on to see what you could see.
I cant say I miss the old days, but they sure helped me to build my current foundation in understanding engineered systems and using them to their fullest
Not sure where you live, but the school district that my children are enrolled in has been using this technology since we moved here in 2003
Grades, email progress reports, absences and the like are all conveyed via email/portal pages to parents and children of the school district, my kids even have a shared space where they can upload their home work to then grant permissions the the teacher they want to have access to it.
Maybe its time you got involved or move?
They can take on traditional muscle cars and actually win.
Face it the whole Auto industry revolves around racing in one form or another
Get the motor heads on board and there is possibly a chance that this part of the industry will take off
I find this funny since the company I work for still uses dial-up modem's for some locations and dot matrix printers for route tickets.
That being said we are 8 months away from no more modems - but the dot matrix will stay for quite awhile
Nice to see that Judges are actually looking at the evidence and making solid rulings
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Although U.S. sales of electric vehicles have so far surpassed last year’s pace, EV purchases still lag behind conventional cars. But before the nation’s roads and highways can go even partway electric, American motorists must get comfortable with the idea of owning and operating an EV – racing could do that. “Electric racing will provide a new opportunity to get the general public to appreciate and understand the benefits of electric cars,” Drayson, the former U.K. minister of science and innovation and British peer, says. “It can change people’s perceptions about what an electric car can do.”"
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I always thought this country was one based on due process
This is clearly a law enforcement issue not a Executive branch of the
the accusations have been made now sit back and watch