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Re: Re(2): Do my homework for me!

by AlmostAsSmartAs (Initiate)
on Apr 17, 2009 at 06:30 UTC ( #758134=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re(2): Do my homework for me!
in thread Do my homework for me!

I don't know. Case studies are easy for employers, but not for employees. If I want to interview with 10 employers, and each requires 4 hours of 'homework', it's.. impossible. And it is so easy for them to say 'well, send up a code sample doing X' even if you are number 599 in their priority applicant list....

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[Corion]: Mr. Muskrat: I'm not sure if it really happens more often, but I don't exactly know either
[LanX]: yep
[LanX]: more often for some weeks now
[Corion]: I think I'll have to manually (as god) intervene with that node, as the simple reparenting didn't seem to fix the parent/child relationship of the nodes
[Corion]: I think I have an idea but I'll have to open a ticket with Pair.com on that - hopefully I get to that on the weekend
LanX imagines a burning thorn bush
[Mr. Muskrat]: Thank you!
[Mr. Muskrat]: Oh that is odd. I got the message that it was reparented but yeah, it didn't actually do it. lol
[Corion]: LanX: No, Co-Rion appears as Monkey God :-)
[Corion]: Mr. Muskrat: Yeah, that message is automatic when the "normal" reparenting is done, but I think some rows that make up the node were not added to the DB properly

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