I'm a student majoring in computer science. I've done some VB.NET programming, Java and XHTML/CSS. I'm also a computer technician at a store that shall not be named . Nice to see other IT professionals in the forum, great field to be in!.
Freelance webdesigner and "IT-guy" and Customer Service at a local charity-shop. It's fun, I meet a lot of different people from all walks of life either giving stuff to charity or people buying our stuff. Sometimes I also drive the truck to pick up stuff from people's homes.
I....think you're not being facetious. I will give you the benefit of the doubt.
And like the female mailmen I always see, they look fucking strong for real! Like they could kick your mailbox down if they wanted to.
No I'm not being facetious, I am however embellishing the moment, I always error towards humor, sometimes it works, sometimes not. But seriously mail people have to put up with some shit, years ago I had a roommate who delivered mail, the stories he came back with often were replete with WTF to down right scary moments. Right you are though, a lot of mail people walk miles and miles carrying stuff, quite strong.
In 2011 I did 12 (twelve) different jobs, mostly 1 to 3 days long up to 1 month max.
And I've to consider myself lucky.......
My wife is in your condition... we're seriously thinking about moving to japan.
Japan is a great place, but working there is really busy. I would advice you to read it up and maybe visit the country first. I can tell you that visiting Japan is probably one of my best experience, but living there for years, might be a bit tought
As I have lived there for a few years. I would advice to check it up a lot before going there as I have seen many people fail to live there.
Biomedical engineer. But my real profession is being my girlfriend's boyfriend. Full time occupation!
When we get back to the hole we are going to have a long, boring talk about our relationship!
You make it sound so difficult! It's not so bad, while she talks about the state of our relationship i can refresh the d3db webpage and acknowledge and nod every now and then Now when the beta contest ends, oh boy