paulWTAMU wrote:2 feet...in a place where it snows regularly, often and heavy...and they're freaking out? WTH? In Colorado where I grew up (similar snow occurrences) 2 foot wasn't even a snow day for us.
JustAnEngineer wrote:I was there for the blizzard of '78. As an elementary-school student, I enjoyed the sledding opportunity and the school cancellations.
imi wrote:Guess who now works in the UK experian IT department. Career change alert!
Captain Ned wrote:imi wrote:Guess who now works in the UK experian IT department. Career change alert!
It's our Saint Imi returned after so long!!!
Boffo on the job.
lilbuddhaman wrote:random question: I've been a pc builder, hobbyist, tinkerer since I was 8 years old. I decided at a young age that I didn't want to do "IT", so I never went after any "formal" training in the field (have a BS in Biology). I have found that extremely well versed in a multitude of software/hardware scenarios, can "learn" a new software thrown at me very quickly, and just "get" computer related activities naturally.....BUT I am terrible with the "book" definition/vocabulary of these things, as well as not having X, Y or Z certification/piece of paper.
Anyways, how do you guys word/describe on a resume / during an interview that kind of experience, especially without it sounding like I'm just some yahoo that is trying to thicken his qualifications section?
Damage wrote:Don't try to game the requirements by posting everywhere, guys, or I'll nuke you from space.
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