View Full Version : Help!!!!!!

03-13-2002, 01:47 PM
Ok, so previously I asked one of you professional programmers to be kind and agree to an interview with me...Thankfully someone agreed....Thanks for the help Salem.... But now they've taken it one step further, I have to find me a "Mentor", sadly I can't find a whole lot of professional programmers around my area...also I do not yet have a license to drive a car, so I can't just go around driving and looking for one. Well this mentor would have to tell me where they work, their job tittle, blah, blah, blah, you know the usual. They would also have to fax a letter saying that yes they are my mentor to my teacher.....probably signed.....all the mentor has to really do is to answer the questions I ask them about the career and so forth. In order to graduate from high school I must complete this project. Meaning that if I don't do it I cannot graduate from school. So Please would anyone be so kind as to be my Mentor???? Please..... I am desperate..... This would be greatly appreciate by me.

Please excuse my grammar and punctuation, I am at the school's library right now, getting ready for Night School....French II actually, so I had to do this in a hurry.

03-13-2002, 02:02 PM
BUMP...........well I tried.....thanks guys anyways....I guess this post right now is really meaningless and will only increase my post count...I guess there's nobody up there....


I know I copied someone with that just don't remember who....

seriously Please anybody I am desperate.

03-13-2002, 02:05 PM
They are very demanding.

Sorry, but I can't help you, I live in England. But PostCount++ looks better than ++PostCount

03-13-2002, 02:52 PM
If I was a pro programmer I would help you but I am not so..Good luck

03-13-2002, 03:12 PM
Well, if you need information on career and what is commonly called the 'real life' of professional programmers, drop me a line. I don't know what your teacher means by Mentor. I'm glad to answer questions per mail or ICQ, but I know that with work and this board, I have little time actually being a mentor for C/C++.

03-13-2002, 04:52 PM
Well you don't have to teach me the language or anything....it's just going to be a little interview which I can type and mail to you...I'll continue this later via pm or something.....thanks....