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Thomas Eric

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Also don't forget that chinese RMB is seen as highly undervalued.
16 years ago
While thought may come from nothing, the result of tour part2 does come from your part2 and part3.
Hi Tonny,
It's certainly helpful to have more than three years experience. But it is neither required nor necessary. Experience is useful to SCEA in the same way as money is useful to happiness.
Hi Sridhar,
If you find no way to get your GIFs smalle enough to fit into one page, it may well be that others can't do that either. And this is not even required.
When I said architect without experience, I meant an architect without prevously working as an architect.
However, as there are many factors which have to be taken into account for a project to succeed, experience itself should not be decisive. But this is only my personal opinion.
16 years ago

Without any experience, companies that hire you would be somewhat foolish (nothing personal, but an architect without experience is a bad idea).


Without these foolish companies, there is little chance to find an architect with experience!
Experience is unquestionably very important, but it's not everything. A bad wine will be bad after ten years. If you have a good brain, a good communication skill and team spirit, you are good for it. Unfortunately, it seems this point of view is not widely shared.
16 years ago
Well, I guess it basically depends on how important you are for their business and on how important this job is for you.
If you can easily get a better-paying job, you are free to claim a raise which is at least the difference between the two. Or if you are unreplaceable for your job, you can also reasonably demand for an important increase.
At the other end of the spectrum, if you are earning $80k per year and if the same job is paid less than $70k everywhere else, you are likely to receive a pay cut or freeze.
Between these two extreme cases, it's a mind game.
16 years ago
I have the same pb, I hope it can comfort you a little bit.
This is really a scandle: More than 2 months are not enough for SUN to fix this pb.