Last updated on November 13th, 2020 at 09:44 am
I can feel it—the PHP flowing through my fingers as my templates come to fruition—it’s good times over here in Caseyville as “the plan” starts to show a bit more of its true colours! I’m really glad that I have coding gurus like Kev and R.T. who can help steer me right when I make rookie moves like not declaring values in an array or forgetting to close a brace when declaring some properties in CSS. But I’m better for it, and things are progressing because of the helping hands, so thank you, guys!
As usual, the t.o.night paper has plenty of good tips on landing that job you want, for all my seekers out there. Et pour vous who’re currently employed, please note that it’s never a bad idea to keep your skills honed and make sure that you’re always marketable—you never know what nasty surprises could be around the corner!
References and how to answer “What is your greatest weakness?”:
Standing out in phone interviews and setting “SMART” career goals:
Otherwise, just working in the lab. Though, earlier this week, my dreams of making my dream MacBook Pro system actually affordable were shattered by an old friend who informed me that I was completely incorrect in thinking that the student discount for Mac systems is at 10%. In fact, and I’m sure that everybody but me knew this—they take a fixed amount off of the full price for a system—about $100 or so. Factor in how much the upper-level systems are and include tax and BAM! That’s about 3% at best. So, Stevie boy, I can wait. You’re forcing me to be patient, and I don’t like it, but for the sake of me buying a computer and not throwing a fit of rage when I find out a newer, faster model has come out the next month, I’m going to wait. I may as well get the other components I’m looking for while my discount’s still valid, though…
Righto, the bed’s a-callin’. Drop me a line! Let me know what’s on your mind!
The 2010 20K Running Total = $192.14 (as the dust’s a-setllin’ on the number)