So I've got a little experience in "losing" my job. Laid off, furloughed, rehired, resigned (and walked out), new job, laid off.
Of course I didn't lose one of those jobs...I know right where they are. I just can't or won't go back to them.
Fortunately for me, I've made a lot of good friends online. Very supportive friends. It makes "losing" a job that much easier.
Of course there's more to it...the effect it has on the family.
Dietmar und ich werden einen weiteren Kurs im März 2010 organisieren. In Kürze werden wir die Informationen darüber auf unserer Seite veröffentlichen.
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve heard people say “The site must be designed to work in 800×600 resolution”. Now there are a few cases where this definitely is a real requirement, however often it’s more of a case that people don’t want to potentially exclude people from their site (and if [...]
I just got an email blast from Mr. Cary Millsap.
It reads as follows:
This brief note is to update you on some of the things we've been doing at Method R Corporation.
Yesterday, at the UKOUG APEX SIG (which I’ll post a follow-up about shortly), I did a quick 1 hour presentation on Increasing Scalability with Oracle Application Express, I touched on (and demonstrated) quite a few different techniques in which you can make you APEX applications more scalable (and/or just as importantly, reducing the overhead of [...]
I have a client in the northeast of the US. If you are really good with the Oracle DB, pl/sql and APEX, and live or want to move to the US Northeast, send me your info and I'll pass it along. Please send an email with your resume to me (anton) at work (concept2completion.net).
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Now that I'm using Ubuntu, I'm also using OpenOffice.
However, I like Google Docs quite a bit so I've used OpenOffice sparingly.
I've had trouble with Google Docs though; the Download as Word bastardizes the document. Looks great as a pdf, not so much as a Word document. The reason for creating a Word document is for recruiters, they all seem to have some sort of application that parses the Word document and fills in your employment history and such. This would be a great place for XML and some sort of standard wouldn't it?