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Recent posts by Peter Pol

Rest in peace, Holy Father. We will miss you and will always remember you.

"Do not be afraid" - John Paul II
15 years ago
Thank you for all responses.

Peter
15 years ago
Hello everybody,
Can anyone give some input about the value of MS degree in CS from NYU comparing to other schools in NY metro area?
15 years ago
Hello everybody,
I had a telephone interview with Epic Systems a few days ago. Now I am about to take an assessment test. Did anybody go through this process with this company? Any advice?

Thanks
15 years ago
Thank you Lakshmi.
Peter
16 years ago
I am looking for a volunteer programming job (can be an internship) in New York. I have BS degree in CS and Mathematics.
My skill set: C, C++, C#, HTML, Java, JavaScript, SQL, XML, Visual Basic 6, VB.Net. I am a SCJP.
I am available everyday from 8am to 3pm.
Peter
[ April 08, 2004: Message edited by: Peter Pol ]
16 years ago
Hi all!
Does anybody have any idea what is the value of NYU's certificates earned at NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies? They have a lot of programs in Finance, IT, Marketing and many more areas. Is it worthy the time and money to get such a certificate?
Best Regards,
Peter
[ September 07, 2003: Message edited by: Peter Pol ]
16 years ago
It's about time...

Peter
16 years ago

Originally posted by Michael Bochynski:

Peter Pol - where exactly? I'm in NYC.
Regards,
Michael


Michael,
I am also in NYC. Do you think the day is coming? Are you working right now?
Peter Pol
[ August 12, 2003: Message edited by: Peter Pol ]
16 years ago

Originally posted by Michael Bochynski:

maybe we could meet for a ?

Michael


I am in US. What about some Zywiec, Lech or Okocim?
Peter Pol

[ August 10, 2003: Message edited by: Peter Pol ]
[ August 10, 2003: Message edited by: Peter Pol ]
16 years ago
First week of working as a warehouse associate has passed. This job sucks... This is a dead end job! I will have to look for a programming job again. No giving up this time!!!
Peter
[ July 27, 2003: Message edited by: Peter Pol ]
16 years ago

Originally posted by Billy Tsai:
apply for a Master degree at Coloumbia university.


I do not think I can afford Columbia right now, especially after over one year without a job...

Peter
16 years ago

Originally posted by Billy Tsai:
whatever
I'll probably die from hunger in the next few months


Well said Billy.
Peter
16 years ago
Thanks everybody for replying to my post. I live in New York and I am ready to relocate to any state. I applied for many jobs outside Tri-State area (NY, NJ, CT). Well, I think I sent my resume to every state, maybe excepting Alaska. I received some responses saying they consider only local candidates, even if I would like to pay all expenses on my own.
About New York... I tried almost everything - local stores, small businesses, friends, etc. Unfortunately, it seems I came everywhere too late. Everybody already had a systems administrator, IT Consultant or web developer, or simply wasn't interested in my offer.
So finally I gave up...
Again, thanks everybody for advice and cheering me up.
Peter
16 years ago
Are there any jobs for entry level IT professionals? I don't think so.
After over 3 years since I got my Bachelor degree in computer science I am tired of looking for a job as a programmer, developer, analyst etc.
I tried everything - learned new stuff like .Net, sent thousands of applications and resumes and nothing - just couple interviews and no job.
Lately I found a job... I will unload trailers in a warehouse. No it's not a joke, it's life... I will make less than $10 per hour... If I just could make $10 as a programmer, it would be great...
I like programming, math, solving problems, but unfortunately I will have to do something that I don't think I will like. Well, at least that job will pay my bills.
I was thinking about Masters in CS, some certifications (I am SCJP), but what for? There is no room for entry level IT professionals in todays job market (unless you have a degree from an Ivy League school).
Maybe in meantime I will look for something else and one day I might post a new topic in this forum informing that I found a job in IT industry. The problem is that I don't know if I am strong enough to look for a job in IT industry again - I have spent last three years doing it...
For now I am going to my warehouse - packages are waiting to be unloaded from a trailer.
Good luck everybody.
Peter

[ July 10, 2003: Message edited by: Peter Pol ]
16 years ago