Louis University and later went on to graduate school in engineering. Thank you and I hope I hear from you soon. Now, when we were younger, he sounded like me, unabashedly progressive. Lynn O'Shaughnessy January 14, at 7: Which is a good thing, I suppose but you will spend all day searching for solutions of problems you've never encountered before and likely never will again. Tybee Island, GA Registered: You are usually pretty smart, but I guess where family comes in you go autistic on us.
Why most product managers suck (and how to be a better one)
I tend to agree with many of the things she says. Hasvinei January 7, at 5: In fact, I've been known to solve problems our IT guys have failed on and that's the on-site guys who are generally very good, not just level 1 on the phone. These are they men and women who do nothing to help your issue. It is very common in blogs like this for the thread author s to be supportive. They don't listen; even when they have no idea what they're doing, users and people in general will make assumptions.
Getting Real About Majoring in Engineering
I have been working for ten years and I still learn every day. While I agree that most people who use that line are like that, I disagree that if someone really is knowledgeable about computers, networking, etc. How deeply do you have to dig into your bottomless bag to make some disparaging remark? As I stated above, many people can ultimately succeed, but it does require a significant amount of dedication and a reasable amount of innate intelligence. He's hungry to learn more about these things in school.
A Shrinking Financial Aid Package. Not to mention I am very passionate about helping to shape our planets energy foot print. The zombie He feels early the need for more real life action and go out in the wild for a job. Either way, it means trouble since you are not being given the full information regarding a problem. And what sparked this post for me is that I spent yesterday talking with an M.