The memorial is about half a km north west of what google maps highlights. Google maps has been far more wrong before...
If you checked "No", congratulations! You are not yet aware that you are being treated like a terrorist!
The fact that none of the bodies appear to have been scavenged indicates that all died suddenly and were entombed rapidly.
Either that or all the animals fell into a hole and became trapped over the course of a few years.
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How are you showing them your skills? A resume? I've hired a few developers in my time, I assure you the only people that care about your resume is HR.
Agreed, that said, the OP lamented how he can't get an interview. Maybe he does need to improve his resume.
Regardless of everything I've said above, be it right or wrong, you have one serious disadvantage. You're looking for a job at the worst possible time.
I fervently disagree with this sentiment. I'm also a soon to graduate developer and have received offers from almost every company that I applied to.
A list dominated by domain squatters, even XF.com is a domain squatter...
Offshore sites will not be immune from the crackdown, said Pitkow, because almost all of them depend on banner ads served by U.S.-based services. Because the DMCA requires the ad service to act against any violator, Attributor says it can interdict the revenue lifeline at any offending site in the world.
Attributor already has been engaged by several major book publishers to get unauthorized eBooks off unauthorized sites. "And we have 99% success rate," he said.
a week ahead of its official Australian release
Australian game releases typically lag behind other regions.
Apparently making DB2 9.7 for Linux, Unix, and Windows understand PL/SQL and extending their own SQL to also
understand Oracle's dialect (down to the dreaded (+) join syntax!) last year was just the opening salvo.
According to an IBM developerWorks article by their SQL Architect those DB2 developers in Toronto have upped the ante and provided an OCI (Oracle Client Interface) compatible client. Makes one wonder: What's next?
Given the importance of Oracle's DBMS to their stream revenue, as compared to the relevance of
DB2 for LUW to IBM in the big picture, I wonder how much room to maneuver Oracle actually has if it comes to an all out pricing-war.
Has anyone tried the "Oracle compatibility features" of DB2 and is
considering a move or extension of an application?
Certainly what's offered is not sufficient to easily port all applications out there.
But for just how many of those apps will what's provided be good enough?
Are we seeing the end of the SQL dialect wars, vendor lock-in, and a commoditization the DBMS market?
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Team Nerdfighter found 9/10 balloons
None of the auctions have any bids, and all of the vendors have 0 sales. Sounds like a web2.0 winner!
The ponderous population of smart people in the US is an untold bane on our society.
I just assumed they were seizing liquids so that you are forced to overpay for the same thing on the other side of the gate.