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As per the subject line. No one seems to know how they want a CV laid out, each agent, company wants a different layout... I am starting to think it's a case of you can't polish a turd (but Mythbusters...), but you stick a flag in it!
Feeling that one. I think you need to write 20 versions with different pseudonyms.
"Please add a few extra lines about xyz"
"Oh no please shorten it to 2 pages"
"Please put education at the top"
"Why is education at the top? I want to see the relevant recent jobs"
F**king hell, just give me and application form then and sod this CV business. It's darned impossible!
Why not make a virtual CV that can be loaded on a website or something. Then you just populate the different views as they request it. Like say expandable objects then they can just click on Education and it will open up and show your education. Same with all the other stuff. This way they can look first at whatever they want and only look at what they want, with an option to print or download the actual CV. So now you have a CV and a proclamation of your skill set as a developer
Just remember to insert all the buzzwords, language names and such you a re interested in in white color and font size 1 everywhere you can on the CV.
This way they will be invisible, even when printed out, and your CV will pop out every time a search is made in the database with the said buzzwords.
I think words like 'destiny' are a way of trying to find order where none exists. - Christian Graus
Entropy isn't what it used to.
I'm now moving some videos from the ExtSD\DCIM\CAMERA folder to ExtSD\DCIM\CAMERA\MyFolder and it is taking along half an hour. That could be OK if the files being moved would be big enough, but they are really small.
When I access the ExtSD\DCIM\CAMERA folder I can see the pictures appearing one by one in that folder...
Is there something I could do to accelerate that a little?
Apart of that, if I try to rename a folder "ExtSD\DCIM\CAMERA\MyFolder" ==> "ExtSD\DCIM\CAMERA\Concert With my wife" the operation fails from my Windows 8.1 and from my ES File Explorer.
Coming from Blackberry, the phone was like an external HDD it was blazing fast (limited by external SD card speed of course), but now with my SAMSUNG GALAXY S4 this is at least annoying.
Don't know if it will make any difference, but have you tried ES's Tools -> Remote Manager? (If that is the method you are using, I apologize.) I use it quite often across the wireless network and have never noticed any speed issues, but I haven't sent very big files between my Samsung and the computer. On a side note, ES impresses the heck out of me.
In ES File Explorer itself, on the bottom there is a bar with a '+ New' on the left. Drag that '+ New' to the right and you will get a Fast Access bar. In it there is a 'Tools' category, and the 'Remote Manager' is under it. It is self-explanatory from that point, although I don't think the files are copied via encryption if that is a concern, unless your router does so.
There are lots of goodies in that Fast Access toolbar, which is the reason ES File Explorer has me impressed so much. Under 'Network' there is an 'FTP' section that negates the need for the FTP program someone else recommended, as far as I can tell. The only thing I can't figure out is why it is free - it's worth money, unless there's spyware hidden within it.
You are probably right - it's KitKat. It doesn't make sense, though, as ES is showing the files I'm accessing as being on an SD card on my phone (4.4.2). Are there now two SD cards - one internal and one external? Anyhow, perhaps the other FTP server mentioned above (and not the accessor in ED) will do the trick. Good luck!
Can you keep a portion of your internal storage relatively free, and use it as an intermediary area for your uploaded/downloaded files? Then you might be able to use ES to copy those files from/to your computer via the earlier means, and then use the 'My Files' app which comes with your phone, and is given the appropriate permissions by Google, evidently, to copy them to/from the SD card? Would that speed things up? Or would it even work? It means a lot of fiddling around if it does...