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Theresa Faulkner

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Recent posts by Theresa Faulkner

Geesh. I wasn't logged in for that last one! Guess it bought me one extra post!!
BTW Paul, at least I'm not a greenhorn anymore! (Took me a long time too)
[ January 23, 2002: Message edited by: Theresa Faulkner ]
18 years ago
Nope. I sure don't, Paul. Mainly because I have a full time non-java job, a 15-month old, and a husband that asks "You're not on the internet again, are you?" This cuts down on my net time considerably.
Matter of fact, I obviously just now got your reply! lol
18 years ago
I was told to never reply to the "remove me from this list" from junk e-mail because it alerts them to the fact that it is a real e-mail being used by someone; therefore they keep mailing you.

I simply hit the "Block Sender" on my outlook. However, no matter what you do, these people can easily change their e-mail address and keep sending it to you.
Another thing I do is give my hotmail account to people I don't want to have my "real" e-mail address. That way if they share e-mail, a lot of the junk e-mail will go there. I just log onto my hotmail every so often when I have time and erase everything.
I supposedly have a "filter", but it doesn't seem to work.
18 years ago
1 Degree from Jimmy Buffet.
A good friend of mine knew him in the keys before he hit it big.
He also knows the ?drummer? from Molly Hachett.
[This message has been edited by Theresa Faulkner (edited November 12, 2001).]
18 years ago
Thanks for the ideas and pep talk!
I'll keep pecking away at it.
18 years ago
What will they think of next?
Some of the smiles are so hysterical that my co-workers are wondering what I'm laughing out loud about.
18 years ago
I have posted a little on here but not in this thread. I have also been reading and lurking a lot. I am an extreme newbie to JAVA and I'm teaching myself.
I find that I enjoy learning it and would like to increase my salary in the near future. What makes me nervous is that if those with experience, certifications, and degrees can't get a job in JAVA, I wonder how I'm supposed too! I feel it is too little, too late. I haven't done anything with it in months. I figure "What's the point"? My dad says to keep at JAVA instead of maybe turning to another language like C/C++. However, all programming is extremely competitive recently and I have no way to be able to compete. Taking IT classes are out of the question because of finances. Should I just keep hanging in there? Any thoughts?
18 years ago
15 work person
2 study people
4 hobbyists
2 other
I work full time at another job and learning Java on my own at home. So 1/2 study person for me!
18 years ago
Glad I'm not the only one who noticed...
18 years ago
I haven't visited the Ranch all weekend. I get on today and there are hardly any new posts! Where is everyone?? Or am I just crazy??
18 years ago
It's stuff like this that keep me from posting my e-mail where anyone can access it...
18 years ago
AAhhhh.
Well then I can't contribute to this thread, because I don't know what Kannadian food is and have certainly never tried it.
Guess I'll go join the classical music thread.....
18 years ago
This thread has taken on a whole new dimension...
How did we go from classical/opera music to Kannadian food???
[This message has been edited by Theresa Faulkner (edited October 26, 2001).]
18 years ago