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Mark D'soza

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Recent posts by Mark D'soza

Try hotjobs, dice and select Indiana state in the search category.
18 years ago
May be people will look at you suspeciously. May be somebody will ask you are you alright? And if you do this with one of the preety girls down the street, there are fair chances that you will get a slap.
18 years ago
Same here.
When somebody asks "how are you doing?", I should say only "fine, thank you" or I should also ask him/her "how are u?"
18 years ago
Thanks Michael and Eugene,
I really appreciate your comments.
18 years ago
Ofcourse I have, you can replace cup of coffee with hot chocolate and couch with a chair in balcony. But frankly I can enjoy a book anywhere, anytime.
18 years ago
I used to work in India before I started my first job in USA recently. In india we greet each other in mornings, by saying "good-morning" and "bye" or "good night" while leaving for the day.
Likewise I wish my co-workers "good-morning" when I come in and "good-night" or "bye" when I leave for the day. They are really nice people. They always wish me back by saying "good-morning" or "good night", but never saying "bye".
This made me think that is saying "Bye" is rude here in USA? Or dose it mean something else than what I think? I dont want to offend anybody or I dont want them to mean something else, I just want to wish them properly while leaving. Any suggestions??
18 years ago
I love fridays b'coz weekend starts on friday night. I can watch TV till late night. Can enjoy a cup of coffee at 2 am curlded up on the couch with my favorite book.
18 years ago
Anybody knows what is post relational database?
Thanks
Hi all,
I am writing an application which requires complex data to be stored. But I want it to store in flat files. Does anybody know any file based database management system that will allow me to store data in flat files but can also provide modern database management functions.
I really appreciate all your help.
Thanks
Hi Sameer,
Thank you very much for the reply. But seems I was not clear about the question. I asked thay why I am getting two diffrent results executing the same exe. one I was executing from Visual studio VC++ enviornment and one directly clicking the generated exe in the debug folder.
Today I got the answer. While execute a program from VC++, it uses files in the project directory whereas if double clicked on exe file in any directory, it searches for necessary files in the current directory, which in my case was Debug. I was missing one system file, so it was showing me diff results. Today I copied that file and wholla the result was same in both cases.
Anyways I again thank you for your help.
18 years ago
Hi all,
I didnt know where to post my question so I came here. I work in VC++. Can anybody tell me what is the difference between executing from IDE i.e by clicking Execute abc.exe from the IDE and double clicking the exe file generated in the debug/release directory? I am getting different results by executing the exe in these two ways..and there is no way to figure out whats wrong with this.
I am sure somebody must be there in this friendliest world of Java who will answer my VC question...please help
Thanks
18 years ago
Oops!! My reply was written and was supposed to get posted before jyothi's answer came.
18 years ago
First let us all know where you are going to work and how much total experience you have?
If you are in US and you have little professional experience, I would suggest you to join the company without thinking a bit. On the very first day change your resume, add that you have started working. Now you are not unemployed. It makes a difference. Keep posting resumes until you land in some good company.
If you are in India and you dont have much programming exp., I would suggest you to keep looking for job, you will atleast geta job where you will get paid. As IT market is india is booming. Finally if you have very good programming experience, then ask them about company shares or % in profit. And if you accept, try to work with this compant till their first demo and see how much you get.
18 years ago
Congratulations Rashmi!!! Great score. What next?
18 years ago
Thanks Bert,
You definitely lifted up my spirits! I will update you all about my score.