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    sorry to ask but why? you said your 1st job is done so you will only be doing the 2nd, is the 2nd that bad?
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    The deployment is likely to be very boring. I am a developer, not a customer hand holder. It was also to be on site, in my case Singapore, for a period of at least 3 months. Don't get me wrong, I like Singapore, but I have to many other things going on to be out there for that period.

    >>> trade unions banned in Denmark

    There are a number of trade unions, all pretty weak. Generally, professional staff are not involved in trade unions.

    >>> really nerd jobs, like embeded work?

    About 50% of my work is embedded stuff, and so by your definition, "really nerd job". There is trouble in all sectors of IT right now. As for assembler, it is a constant source of amusement to people working in embedded systems that they therefore must be working with assemblers - hell, nobody uses an assembler professionally unless they absolutely have to! The development time is so much shorter with a decent realtime kernel a proper high level language and a decent platform emulator.
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    hell, nobody uses an assembler professionally unless they absolutely have to!
    o, surry, didnt know. ive done like a whole 6 lines before.......

    doent that give you a little job security even if you dont like it? i hear of zillions of vbers but i cant find a collge near me that will teach me assembly, i havnt even seen a assembly for dummies book here.

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    assembly for dummies book
    Ha. Hahaha. Hahahahahahahahahahahaha. Ha. That's funny. Assembly...for dummies. Would you expect a book called "Thermonuclear Physics for Dummies" too?
    Away.

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    Originally posted by blackrat364
    Ha. Hahaha. Hahahahahahahahahahahaha. Ha. That's funny. Assembly...for dummies. Would you expect a book called "Thermonuclear Physics for Dummies" too?
    Do you know assembly? It really isn't that hard. It just takes a long time to do the simplest things.

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    >>> It really isn't that hard. It just takes a long time to do the simplest things.

    My point exactly. Well said.
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    I'm unemployed but I have no skills so I don't really count I guess heh.

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    Would you expect a book called "Thermonuclear Physics for Dummies" too?
    im waiting for "breathing for dummies", they have everything.

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