Comment On I Guess So, Computer Skills, and The Temporary Offices

I Guess So (by Stuart Whelan) The company I worked for was hiring a C++ developer, and I was assigned the job of hiring the candidates. When the scheduled start time of 1:30PM came and went, I went to the lobby to see if there was a scheduling mix up. At around 1:50, while I was chatting with the receptionist, a disheveled fellow walked in the door. "Is this Omni-tech?" he asked. [expand full text]
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Re: I Guess So, Computer Skills, and The Temporary Offices

2011-07-11 07:19 • by Prism (unregistered)
Given that us mere humans negatively impact the environment by simply existing... and given that the only reason we are permitted our lowly existence is due to the fact we produce something...

... reason then dictates that ANY form of recycling, be it IP, labor or newspapers... must tilt that Sword of Damocles, however slightly, away from our individual heads.

So, painful as it may be, if we accept these premises, we must accept that this 'crazy new form of recycling' is valid.

Re: I Guess So, Computer Skills, and The Temporary Offices

2011-08-17 20:05 • by Jay (unregistered)
The incredible shrinking man who hates talking to users, sounds like something i would have said and done :)... gotta watch myself.

Re: I Guess So, Computer Skills, and The Temporary Offices

2011-08-17 20:07 • by Jay (unregistered)
Here's a wtf for you... i commented on a wrong article. *face paml

Re: I Guess So, Computer Skills, and The Temporary Offices

2013-04-29 22:35 • by TortoiseWrath (unregistered)
"If you were going to create a new social networking site, what technologies would you use and why?"

"ASP.NET, SQL Server, and Ajax."

"NEXT!"

Seriously, the only acceptable answer to that question is PHP on Apache with MySQL, GMP, and iMagick set up, as well as pure-Javascript calls to server-side fetching frameworks.

Obviously.
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