What were they thinking? I helped a friend who had just bought a new computer install some Netzero 4g hardware/software. Not only would the drivers not work, it took me forever to figure out how to get to any of … Continue reading →
Got this for one penny at Amazon. Of course, shipping was $3.99, but it’s still a great deal. The book doesn’t have a boiler plate of tools to use for hacking, but it does give a good sales pitch about … Continue reading →
I had good luck with my previous tablet, which I dropped and broke, so I was convinced of the usefulness. I used it mainly for reading and browsing, but since I was going to buy another one, I wanted an … Continue reading →
My PDA (aka Palm, Tungsten E) has been my constant companion for about 5 years now. I even soldered a new battery in about a year ago. It was the perfect instrument. It could sync with Outlook, I could read … Continue reading →
I’m big on documentation. And I’m a programmer, believe it or not. I’m a flowchartin’ fool, and I love to add logic tables to my work. What’s a logic table? I’m not sure why it’s not more common than it … Continue reading →
Okay, I’ve moved through the first two iterations of my job hunt–ramping up my profiles on Google and LinkedIn, and refining my resume so I have multiple versions. That looked promising for a while.
Remember those days when people kept saying “Cobol is dead?” We just laughed, and kept on coding. Well, laugh no more. Cobol is not dead–there are still thousands of programmers out there. It’s just finding a new mainframe position after … Continue reading →