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Re: What's your favorite job search websites?
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What's your favorite job search websites?
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I am trying to compile a list of popular job search websites. Here is my initial list:

http://www.monster.com/
http://www.dice.com/
http://www.careerbuilder.com/
http://www.careerbuilder.ca/
http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/
http://www.indeed.com/

So tell me your favorite job search websites...

Posted on: 2007/11/1 14:58
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C++ code examples for job interviews
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C++ code examples for job interviews

Q: Write a short code using C++ to print out all odd number from 1 to 100 using a for loop(Asked by Intacct.com people)

for( unsigned int i = 1; i < = 100; i++ )
if( i & 0x00000001 )
cout << i<<",";

ISO layers and what layer is the IP operated from?( Asked by Cisco system people)

cation, Presentation, Session, Transport, Network, Data link and Physical. The IP is operated in the Network layer.

Q: Write a program that ask for user input from 5 to 9 then calculate the average( Asked by Cisco system people)

A.int main()
{
int MAX=4;
int total =0;
int average=0;
int numb;
cout<<"Please enter your input from 5 to 9";
cin>>numb;
if((numb <5)&&(numb>9))
cout<<"please re type your input";
else
for(i=0;i<=MAX; i++)
{
total = total + numb;
average= total /MAX;
}
cout<<"The average number is"<<average<<endl;

return 0;
}

Q: Can you be bale to identify between Straight- through and Cross- over cable wiring? and in what case do you use Straight- through and Cross-over? (Asked by Cisco system people)

A. Straight-through is type of wiring that is one to to one connection Cross- over is type of wiring which those wires are got switched

We use Straight-through cable when we connect between NIC Adapter and Hub. Using Cross-over cable when connect between two NIC Adapters or sometime between two hubs.

Q: If you hear the CPU fan is running and the monitor power is still on, but you did not see any thing show up in the monitor screen. What would you do to find out what is going wrong? (Asked by WNI people)

A. Use the ping command to check whether the machine is still alive(connect to the network) or it is dead.

Posted on: 2007/11/1 12:32
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Senior Windows Engineer
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This position is primarily responsible for our Windows server environment and core client-server applications.



Primary Duties and Responsibilities



* Responsible for application support for client/server applications.
* Perform server hardware installs, Operating system installs, Application installs.
* Provide operating system patching and application patching or upgrades.
* Assume direct responsibility for 40% of the servers in the Spectrum Brands datacenter.

Monitor hardware, software, and operating systems to ensure that each is performing according to approved standards.

Be the expert on assigned applications.

Perform elementary network troubleshooting.

Create small-scale project plans and drive them to completion.

Troubleshoot and resolve problems referred by first or second tier help desk support.

Maintain and accept ownership of assigned helpdesk tickets, documenting all activities performed in resolving problems.

Actively participate in a rotating on-call schedule.

Provide outstanding customer service.


Required Skills

Strong ability to learn independently and adapt to change.

Strong Microsoft Server skills.

Excellent troubleshooting skills. Solid TCP/IP knowledge.

Solid Active Directory administration skills.

Strong time-management and project-management skills.

Exceptional communication and customer service skills.

Results-focused.

Interest in continuous improvement.

Passion to make a difference to the business.



Desired Skills



* Experience with vbScript or other scripting preferred.
* Experience administering Citrix preferred.

Required Experience

B.S. degree related to Information Systems or equivalent experience.

Minimum 4 years total Information Systems experience.

Enterprise I.S. experience strongly preferred.

MCSE 2000 or 2003 preferred.

CCNA recommended.

spectrumbrands.com

Posted on: 2007/11/1 12:25
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Re: Test of my signature
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It should work now. Forgot the check the "Always attach my signature" checkbox...

Posted on: 2007/10/31 23:23
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Test of my signature
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This is my signature...

Posted on: 2007/10/31 23:20
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Career perks? Because I'm worth it
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A nice article from National Post:

Art Of Negotiation; Job offer in hand, there's still much to pin down

Caitlin Crawshaw, CanWest News Service
Published: Wednesday, October 31, 2007

With typical charm, you nailed the interview and snagged the job offer -- a beautiful opportunity for a recent grad. But before you start salivating at the prospect of a corner cubicle, there's something you should know: The game isn't over. You're still selling yourself, and the most crucial part is yet to come.

Job offer in hand, you have a decision to make: is this the deal for me, or should I ask for more? This takes gumption, but it's critical, says Mandie Crawford, an Alberta-based career coach and placement expert.

"Sometimes your first job is going to determine the course of your entire career. So, [you have to be] able to negotiate that properly and fairly, and understand how the system works before you get into it."
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To negotiate well, you have to understand and believe in what you're worth. Research is key.

"The more information you have, the better you're able to negotiate an appropriate offer," says Randall Craig, a Toronto career consultant and author of Personal Balance Sheet: A Practical Career Planning Guide. "This is probably most important when you're starting out."

Before negotiating for your first professional job, do some budgeting to understand how much money you need to live. Then, find out what similar jobs pay, Mr. Craig advises. Check online job boards and ask around.

If you're changing jobs, remember your new salary should insulate you from the worst-case scenario. "Whenever you make a change, you're changing from a sure thing to uncertainty. How do you know that this is going to be what it's supposed to be, or if you'll be successful there? So, part of the raise is to cover your risk."

It 's also important to understand the value of the job to the company, and the value you would add, Ms. Crawford says. "If someone doesn't come in with an understanding of what value they're going to give to the company, how that's going to benefit the company and how that should be determined in monetary terms, we have a concern that, 'Is there even going to be value-added, or are they just going to be filling a chair?' "

This requires research into the company and the position. It also requires an understanding of your value in the market, your abilities and successes in previous roles. A career counsellor can help you determine your worth, she says.

While it can be nerve-racking, if you sell yourself well (without exaggeration), you can tailor a job offer to suit you. "If your potential employer can see your value, and you can address his concerns, then anything is negotiable."

This includes a reassessment of salary/bonuses before your first performance review, vacation days, start date, training opportunities and much more, Mr. Craig says.

He offers two maxims for new employees: If you don't ask, you don't get; and small greed succeeds. Asking for a lot more money can be seen as greedy. "If you ask for things that are reasonable and important to you, then you're more likely to get a yes." But dodge the salary question until later, since it's sometimes a screening tool, he warns.

He also urges job seekers to look at the entire package, not just the dollar figure. Some companies have generous pensions, heath benefits, et cetera.

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Java Server Engineering

Requirements:

* BS/MS degree in computer science or electrical engineering. BS/MS in engineering degree with emphasis or strong working knowledge of Computer Science.
* Strong (5+ years) Java server skills, Java web services (JAX-RPC, JAXB, XML, web services security).
* Development of transactional database applications and JDBC experience.
* Experience with building applications encompassing user management, authentication, and access control. Knowledge of LDAP/Active Directory/Radius.
* Experience with mixed mode .NET/J2EE web services is a strong plus.
* In-depth knowledge of Java performance, profiling tools.
* Knowledge and experience in developing J2EE and Portal
application is a plus.
* 3+ years' of experience in working as a member of a system-level engineering team in construction of a large-scale, commercial system from inception through development, release and maintenance at least once.
* Must be able to design & develop software modules from functional specification.
* The position is for a software engineer position on the server engineering team. We are looking for highly motivated candidates who are ambitious, self-assured, possess strong can-do attitude, and want to part of a world-class team. The successful candidate must be comfortable working in a loosely structured organization, and be capable of working on a number of assignments in parallel.

nextlabs.com

Posted on: 2007/10/31 21:17
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