Thumbs up here.
but where are the Chinese?
In this case, the competitor has a lot more money.
Although Doctor Web doesnâ(TM)t say so, the good news here is that Pincer2 is not likely to be very prevalent. It has not been found on Google Play, where most Android users should be getting their apps, and appears to be meant for precise attacks, as opposed to being aimed at as many users as possible.
In short, this malware threat isnâ(TM)t one that you will likely be hit with, but it is an interesting example of how Android malware is evolving.
I agree that would be interesting. Until version 3.0, the language used was assembler before switching to C.
We are trying to hire Java developers in Chicago for a salary range of 80k-120k and NOTHING. H1-B or not. The market is very tight.
and the new cartel will be Monsanto and co. Evil idea all around.
I wonder what you need to do on a plane.
I'm the one who bought it for her
What did she do to deserve the punishment?
Just learned that something called RAM sled actually exits. Not on Google search yet.
Would never sprinkle "soya protein isolate" on my burgers anymore. Always thought I added too much
In the financial software industry. We hire both software developers and financial operational support and have job openings for both. For every 50 support resumes we get, less than a handful of Java developer applies. There is a huge demand for Java developers in Chicago. I would assume the same applies to other parts of the US.
Just downloaded on my Nexus 4. The install went without a hitch. The speed improvements are huge. Tried about 10 websites and it looks and feels great.
I spent 25 years in IT consultancy before starting my own business. The following are my tips:
- 1) Be diplomatic and respectful. Employees are almost always suspicious of consultants and rightly so. You need to deliver, work hard and earn their respect. Listen to them. You will learn a lot.
- 2) Develop a reputation. See above.
- 3) Learn a business domain. This is a must. Financial, Insurance, whatever. You must acquire that domain knowledge not to be expendable. They pay for the combination. You will go through multiple business domains in the initial phases of your career. Pick one that you like and will make you the most money and stick with it. It might take years but this key.
- 4) Work for large enterprises. They have the money. Startups can make you ultra-rich but the odds are against you.
- 6) Learn your transactions, Messaging, distributed computing (State-full, Stateless service API).
- 7) Always look for the problem solver. Do NOT write your own middleware. You are not that good. Spend your time leveraging other people's work.
- 8) Read. If you think you read enough, keep on reading.