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Asking the Stupid Questions Since 1971
 Thursday, January 08, 2004

What Do You Do?

The New York State Department of Labor maintains some labor market statistics, among which is wage information by region and occupation. (I've linked to the results for my region and occupation. You can find national, and international, statistics at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.) All those people driving by on the parkway, what do they do? What kinds of jobs are nearby? Why aren't there more jobs where we live?

Or maybe there are, you just have to be self-employed to see them.

10:53:14 PM # Google It!


Your database schema is awful. Who taught you? Access?

Your authentication methods are just pitiful. I suppose it was just too easy to not set a password, or to attempt to run as something other than administrator. Why don't you go back to your single-user systems and leave IT alone.

So you can write an ASP using VisualBASIC; you think that makes you a technical architect?

(So we've ignoring the vendor DLL and re-writing the site. Turns out it was busted beyond recognition anyway.)

4:29:03 PM # Google It!
categories: System Administration