What? Traenk buys a Kindle?
Traenk thinks back on all the great ideas and times he's had reading the excellent series, "The Art of Computer Programming."
With the resumption of “The Laid Off IT Guy!” blog my hope is to dole out good advice about what I’ve seen that works and what doesn’t work while performing a job search. In this addition, let’s talk about finding job leads. There is time well spent and time wasted. Doing it the right way will save you hours of time spent in front of the computer.
The Laid Off IT Guy! is back! I started this blog back in the spring of 2009 and posted 68 blogs, documenting the trials and tribulations of my first time being laid off. It did take me over a year to find my next role and I did lots of stuff wrong, but, eventually, I did get back to work. Yet just over 2 years later I find myself on the job hunt once again. I thought it’d be a good idea to pick up the blog where I left off.
Many people are entranced by vulnerabilities but fail to see the ultimate vulnerability.
Online banking, shopping from your armchair, and computer-initiated loans are leaving people more vulnerable to theft. Traenk discloses a new series in this blog.
You can find more information on obsolete mayan calendars than you can find evidence of people practicing the most basic business resumption planning, Traenk finds.
I'm not supposed to like it, oh no.
Who thought Windows 8 might be useful, possibly fun? Traenk's confused...
Windows 8 seems an exercise in frustration. Traenk wonders if there is more coming...