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I have finally landed what I consider close to my dream job (besides winning the lottery).
Now working 100% remote from Florida to Virginia on SharePoint development. Only caveat is I have to reactivate my TS clearance.
Florida unemployment is the worst. No matter what you made in a real job, they cap the unemployment to $275 a week, not even enough to pay my rent.
Based on the experience of one of my children: Absolutely! They take months to process new claims and then the pay-out is pathetic, regardless of how much they receive in unemployment taxes. And you have our governer to thank for that! Politicians!
Nope. It's the 9th worst. Arizona's the worst. New York's the second worst. And here in the UK a lot of people would happily kill to get anywhere near as much as you do. As me dear old Dad would no doubt say at a time like this, you don't know you're born!
I am currently unemployed in the UK - I will be getting no benefits because despite the large amount of tax I have paid, because I actually saved some money, the government deems me as being undeserving of help.
Congrats on getting your dream job
“That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence.”
I was wondering if anyone would object to me using their tutorials or articles on this site in my new tutorial series on youtube.
I would put a link to the actual article or tutorial in the description and actively mention it in the video.
This only applies to those that have an open or Code Project Open License attributes to them.
I'd have to agree with Maximilien - check in advance with each author, for each article.
I don't think a "blanket agreement" would be appropriate, and you would very likely to annoy people who had put a lot of effort into the articles.
If nothing else, it's only polite to ask!
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
I know exactly how much effort goes into article writing, I do it rather often for Unity development. I'm just terrible at thinking of content for my youtube channel. I figured I would check with what the consensus was here in the forums before I went through with this idea.
Let me say, up front, that I have no articles or tutorials on CP. So this is more an outsider's perspective.
Hypothetically though, if I did have articles or tutorials, I wouldn't care as long as the video wasn't monetized. I would however like to be notified afterward, just so I know that it's out there. Maybe I'd even add a link to the video in the article itself, if the video adds to the topic.
I realize though, that of course not everyone is going to be of the same opinion. I agree with the other comments. Ask each author, each time, on an article to article basis. You'll save yourself a lot of time, effort, and pain if they happen to object.