Archive | December, 2005

Nathan N. Graphic Artist US-UT-Utah County

31 December 2005

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Computer Design Equipment and Software: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Quark Xpress, Corel Draw, Corel Trace, Corel Photo Paint, Macromedia Flash MX, Icon Forge. Computer Applications: Word,… (see www.utahtechjobs.com/talent for more) Related Posts:No Related Posts

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Looking For Junior-to-Mid Level LAMP (PHP/MySQL) Developers — US-UT-Provo/Orem

27 December 2005

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I am looking for a few PHP developers with great experience integrating MySQL and also SQL Server (2005). 2-3 yrs. proven experience a must. Able to take concepts and architecture and make them work. This is a full-time, long-term opportunity (not a temp job). My client is a fast-moving Provo/Orem company that has historically been [...]

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Funny joke to start the week

27 December 2005

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I love the Internet because you can always find fun stuff. Here is a hilarious joke that I just read. Start off your week with a laugh! Related Posts:My First iMix: Summertime Mix July 2007Yawn. You’re Still Stuck On That Web 2.0 Thing?TOMORROW: Legislative Leadership BreakfastCustomer Experience? We Don’t Need No Stinking…Welcome to the (Tag) [...]

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You and Us

27 December 2005

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At times, I have been congratulated for the unique work I am trying to do through this blog and other activities centered on helping talented people connect with excellent opportunities (for example, DevUtah events, mock-interviews at Provo College, etc). At other times, I have been strongly questioned on why I work with my company, when [...]

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SOS Tops 2005 Utah Book of Lists

27 December 2005

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The 2005 Utah Book of Lists, published by Utah Business Magazine, presents you with an annual roundup of what’s been happening in Utah business. My employer’s parent company, SOS Staffing, has consistently been featured at the top of two major categories over the last several years. In 2005, SOS Staffing received top honors for both [...]

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UPDATED: Senior Software Engineer, Java/C++/C# — US-UT-Orem

27 December 2005

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We are immediately seeking a Senior Software Engineer with 3+ years experience in application programming development, with 2 years or more programming in Java, C++,C# or related technologies. Object Oriented Programming experience is a must, along with Database Programming. Experience with embedded systems is a strong plus. We are looking for a problem solver with [...]

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This New Year’s Eve Lasts an Extra Second

27 December 2005

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NPR reports that This New Year’s Eve Lasts an Extra Second Morning Edition, December 27, 2005 Here’s a sign of changing times: The time is changing. This New Year’s Eve, there will be a leap second. Atomic clocks that keep time around the world will hold back to allow a minute with sixty-one seconds. The [...]

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So, Why Are You Not Blogging, Again?

23 December 2005

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If Motel 6 is blogging and your company isn’t, what were you waiting for, again? Critical Mass? Accor North America has launched the first podcast advertisement campaign for economy accommodation chain Motel 6. The tongue-in-cheek podcast, called Motel 6 Top Reasons to Stay at a Motel during the Holidays, was launched on Accor North America’s [...]

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NeXT Computer Dead-Enders Give Up

23 December 2005

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alarm:clock: NeXT Computer Dead-Enders Give Up Once upon a time, NeXT computer was the toast of Silicon Valley. This year, the start-up founded by Steve Jobs as retribution for his early retirement at Apple, was finally abandoned by the faithful – the Bay Area NeXT Users Group. Jobs founded NeXT in 1985 with an out-of-pocket [...]

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Media Center PCs Take Cushy Office Jobs

23 December 2005

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John G. Spooner and John Hazard of eWeek tell us that many companies are putting Microsoft Media Center PCs to work in lobbys, reception areas and boardrooms. Although most Media Center PCs pass their days at home in the living room or study, a few have begun taking office jobs. The desktop and notebook PCs, [...]

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