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    professional or not ?

    Suddenly I want to know how many guys here are professional ones who writing codes for their boss.

    first, I'm not, but wanna be~
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    Re: professional or not ?

    Originally posted by black


    first, I'm not, but wanna be~
    same here, I think this was asked not too long ago too, ah well.
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    Re: Re: professional or not ?

    Originally posted by MethodMan
    same here, I think this was asked not too long ago too, ah well.
    yes ? No doubt I missed it~
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    I get paid but, I am an intern and I am still learning so I don't exactly consider myself a professional by any means.

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    ah, if only i was qualified to work for Luxology...well, maybe i am and am just to chicken to apply(as seems the case)... but i don't wanna move to San Francisco.
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    Originally posted by no-one
    ah, if only i was qualified to work for Luxology...well, maybe i am and am just to chicken to apply(as seems the case)... but i don't wanna move to San Francisco.
    Ha! It's funny you mention that I was just reading this about 10 minutes ago. If I was going to move to San Fancisco I would have to get a job at the Googleplex. They get free gourmet lunches and you can bring your dog (or any pet) to work with you
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    >Ha! It's funny you mention that I was just reading this about 10 minutes ago.

    my dream job... their gonna revolutionize the industry... again!
    oh, man... i am so depressed... so very depressed, some pimply freak is gonna get my dream job.

    anyway, since im to lazy to find out, what is googleplex?

    > They get free gormet lunches and you can bring your dog (or any pet) to work with you

    lunch, mmmmm. but i hate pets, about the only thing i could stand is a cat, the can self-sustain, and depending on how you raise them ( i have help raised about... 10 kittens, five a once as a kid) the will never bother you.
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    The Googleplex is what they call Googles headquarters. You can also have breakfast, snacks upon request, and they have onsite massage therapists. Oh yeah and a gym/sauna/jacuzzi and they call it work.

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    hmm... that's interesting, you get a job there put in a good word for me eh?

    ::edit:: could do very nicely for a substitue dream job.
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    Well kinda, I do contract work when I can but not too much b/c im in school full time and work as a manager at a subway haha but i guess i do?
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    Subway submarine sandwiches? I wouldn't mind one of those right now.

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    damn... do a search before you post a poll...

    Regardless, I do consider myself a professional programmer, as I get paid to produce software.
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    Originally posted by ober5861
    damn... do a search before you post a poll...

    Regardless, I do consider myself a professional programmer, as I get paid to produce software.
    please get rid of that damn !
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    A damn is a technology. There are a couple of sides to thinking about damns. If a damn was not built at all than it wouldn't promote the building of villages or cities in natural disaster areas, however on the positive side, a damn is important to agriculture in dealing with unfavorable cycles of weather, especially draught.

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    No I'm not..and I'm not sure if I'd want to be (at least not for my entire career).

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