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I want to be somewhat near my family, at least for easy weekend trips. I don't think Kosovo qualifies...but the company doing the contract work is the same company doing contract work in Romania, so maybe it would give me an "in" for a position there when one opens.
The tax-excluded aspect of it is a big plus, of course.
We won't sit down.
We won't shut up.
We won't go quietly away.
More often than not, as soon as I click on the code file to edit, it prompts the message that the operation is taking longer than expected.
Turned off auto intellisense, restarted the computer and guess what
I wasn't impressed with 2017, it just had too much that was flaky when I first installed it - that's why I stuck to 2013 for so long. But ... I have to say than 2019 has (in my experience so far) been pretty good; I've had no problems.
Might be worth upgrading?
Sent from my Amstrad PC 1640 Never throw anything away, Griff
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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The hard part.
Why do you want the newer version when everyone else is working on the same version as you without any problems.
A is probably much higher than B. The version of a software is often collectively upgraded for everyone working on the project.
As for me, I just switched to VS code to finish my work. Hopefully, there won't much need to debug.