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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Sounds cool. We are a Microsoft partner, so you wont find us doing this. We stick to mainly Microsoft products to create new platforms.
    Private Cloud for us mainly revolves around System Center.
    We are Adobe partner mainly.
    But I dont work on any Adobe products.
    My main focus is Network Security so need to have some sort of Sys Admin background.

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    Well, last year of high school here. I'm currently applying for the bachelor Liberal Arts & Sciences, I hope I get in. Only a few more months to enjoy my mum's financial support, because after high school I'll move to Rotterdam for studying

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcLager View Post
    I'm a consultant software developer/programmer, working with pretty much anything within Microsoft's .NET platform.

    Sadly, I started as a consultant right after the whole industry went bust 10 years ago. Consultants are no longer as spoiled as they once were. In fact, sometimes I think we get hired as scape goats - when things turns to shit, everyone points and says "The consultant did it!"

    But it's still good. Decent pay, I get to solve problems and listen to Spotify all day, so I'm not complaining.
    And there was me being slightly frightened at the concept of being the only software dev on the forum.

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    Really interesting reading this thread,

    Currently a Digital TV Production student at Ravensbourne and already working in the industry freelancing myself around manly as a camera op.
    Currently mainly working on studio shoots hoping to work my way in to working on more outside broadcasts; the dream is to work on sports events mainly shooting football.

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    endo-prosthetic design engineer, specialising in paediatric orthopaedic oncology....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Condor Aasllani View Post
    I didn't make 400 in commission last year by fucking around on the internet all day.
    I know you posted this about 60 years ago, but I only just read the thread, and this comment literally made me 'Laugh Out Loud'. Bravo!


    Back on topic, I'm an IT Project Manager. And what's even more exciting than that is that I've worked at the same place for coming-up 15 years!
    I actually enjoy it, cos it's pretty relaxed, decent money, decent colleagues, and when you're good at it (which means being super-organised), you get lots of surf time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveK View Post
    I know you posted this about 60 years ago, but I only just read the thread, and this comment literally made me 'Laugh Out Loud'. Bravo!


    Back on topic, I'm an IT Project Manager. And what's even more exciting than that is that I've worked at the same place for coming-up 15 years!
    I actually enjoy it, cos it's pretty relaxed, decent money, decent colleagues, and when you're good at it (which means being super-organised), you get lots of surf time.
    Yes! Finally got my lol.

    There's a lot to be said for a comfortable, stable, secure job for sure.

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    I decided to be more active, so why don't I begin with this thread.
    Well allow me to introduce myself, I'm 27 years old, a true fashion enthusiast and as far as my job,
    Well let's put it this way, I'm an Enologist or an Oenologist if you prefer it that way, so you know I taste wines for a living. Okay it's not that simple I lead a very restricted life style in order to keep my senses sharp(no cigarettes, spicy, hot food) a lot of vitamins and healthy food so I stay healthy so I don't get sick so my nose and my taste buds stay clear and sharp. I make decent money from that job, consult wineries and rich people who are unsure of how their new after divorce occupation tastes, I also consult on whisky(but that's a bit off the record). I don't really make wine or grow grapes etc. I just taste, consult, give advices and get paid and that's it.
    So at the end I'm more of a wine taster than an Enologist.

    A tough business to succeed in actually, a lot of people lined up to sip alcohol for a living but they just can't master the art of it and they simply do it without any passion. Sure sometimes I wish I was a bit more involved in the process of making wine and creating it and just expressing my creativity through this magnificent God given drink but I can't complain and shouldn't complain, so that's pretty much it.

    Sorry for my English, not my native language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SayMyName View Post
    I decided to be more active, so why don't I begin with this thread.
    Well allow me to introduce myself, I'm 27 years old, a true fashion enthusiast and as far as my job,
    Well let's put it this way, I'm an Enologist or an Oenologist if you prefer it that way, so you know I taste wines for a living. Okay it's not that simple I lead a very restricted life style in order to keep my senses sharp(no cigarettes, spicy, hot food) a lot of vitamins and healthy food so I stay healthy so I don't get sick so my nose and my taste buds stay clear and sharp. I make decent money from that job, consult wineries and rich people who are unsure of how their new after divorce occupation tastes, I also consult on whisky(but that's a bit off the record). I don't really make wine or grow grapes etc. I just taste, consult, give advices and get paid and that's it.
    So at the end I'm more of a wine taster than an Enologist.

    A tough business to succeed in actually, a lot of people lined up to sip alcohol for a living but they just can't master the art of it and they simply do it without any passion. Sure sometimes I wish I was a bit more involved in the process of making wine and creating it and just expressing my creativity through this magnificent God given drink but I can't complain and shouldn't complain, so that's pretty much it.

    Sorry for my English, not my native language.
    Wow - cool career. I started brewing last year with long term ambitions to open a very small microbrewery at some point. What's holding me back is that I know what I like but I cannot articulate the flavours. Any tips? How did you get into that career path?

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    Im a pharmacy student in graz, austria. but Im probably gonna change to anglistics/ americanistics(bit of made up words there) and then hope to land a job at a newspaper or as a journalist or something. dream job would be at GQ. I do however do some occasional outfit consulting for a small firm, its fun, but the pay is lousy.

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