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Depends on what you're trying to program: o Your dog to roll over o A universal remote control o DVR to record your favorite program o Your wife how to cook - NOT for the faint of heart o Your neighbor to not have his dog poop in your yard
While Networking; o On your favorite social site is easy o CodeProject - depends a lot on you attitude o Face to face - no one does that anymore do they?
Well the permutations are endless but this should give you a place to start
Have you ever just looked at someone and knew the wheel was turning but the hamster was dead? Trying to understand the behavior of some people is like trying to smell the color 9.
Most things in life are hard to master, it depends on your ability and your motivation. If you find programming hard and boring then it is probably not a good career choice. And if you know nothing about networking there is no way you can decide that that is a good career choice. Find something that you are interested in.
It sounds like you want a good-paying job that is easy to do and fun all the time. Don't we all.
Networking requires less expertise in the academic sense, but that doesn't mean that it's easy. Networking changes very fast and requires you to constantly work to keep up with new technologies and products, even more so than with programming. There's also a lot of responsibility that comes with networking, because you are on the front lines of security.
But you can forget about any sort of professional career until you learn how to write. I don't mean that as an insult, but serious advice. A resume written that way will get you nowhere, and writing an email like that on the job in a professional setting would make you look incompetent. So really, forget about programming and networking for now, work on writing.
...To advise of my 23rd Wedding Anniversary, also the 23rd Anniversary of the Strathfield Massacre.
Didn't even get an elephanting root.
Michael Martin Australia
"I controlled my laughter and simple said "No,I am very busy,so I can't write any code for you". The moment they heard this all the smiling face turned into a sad looking face and one of them farted. So I had to leave the place as soon as possible." - Mr.Prakash One Fine Saturday. 24/04/2004
OT: The Daily Mirror has the title "The Intelligent Tabloid" on the homepage, the current articles show that that is a lie:
Hot Rita Ora flips her blonde weave back and forth
Hunky David Beckham sprays on the sun lotion in Miami
Danniella Westbrook* snorted coke, admitted sex with her DEALER
Danniella Westbrook 'back on cocaine' after love split
Why is Justin Bieber taking Miley Cyrus' advice on parties?
Golden girl Pixie Lott shows off her super pins at V
Ex-Brookside star Paul Usher ''in bits'' after his son mysteriously dies on a ship
Oprah Winfrey's hilarious Ice Bucket Challenge reaction might just be the funniest yet
Do loom bands cause cancer? Tests link accessories with potentially deadly chemicals
Looks like the left finally has it's answer to the Daily Fail - just fewer articles of troublingly underage daughters of famous people wearing bikinis and being described as "blossoming" . Followed by an article about the need to string up a famous suspected paedophile, with all irony seemingly totally lost.
* Daniella Westbrook is a British Actress, principally famous having acted in a British Soap opera where everyone is somehow red and angry all the time, about a decade ago. I say act, I mean was on TV. I also say principally famous for this, actually she is principally famous for having stuck so much ceremonial chemical up her nose, the septum rotted out, forming a uninostril.
The amount of energy necessary to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude bigger than to produce it.
Sharon Standifird, was livid the day she called and texted her teenagers and they didn’t respond.
Once she knew they were safe but ignoring her calls, she got an idea, Gainer reported.
“We need to develop an app that just shuts their phone completely down and they can’t even use it,” Standifird said. “And I started — literally just started researching how to develop an app.”
So after months of design and working with developers, “Ignore No more” was born.