I don't know if the mid-west is different, but from where I've worked, 30% seems just a tad low, but then I've never worked in a shop that was close to 50%, so may be it's just my perception.
As I have a daughter that is about to start pursuing a STEM career, anybody have any thoughts or suggestions on the subject of preparing women for IT or other Tech jobs/careers?
I've always been a fan of Iron Fist and am thrilled he's now an Avenger. I may have to get the new series. I really hope that one of the new movies will be Iron Fist (and another Dr Strange).
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I've worked for a couple of companies that have to receive documents from people. It has been a decade since I've seen anyone actually printout a fax to deliver it to the responsible person.
Usually faxes go into some type of image system, which is almost always the same system that they use for scanned hard documents they receive.
Most of the documents I fax, and I think others as well, are digital to begin with. I don't even print it out to sign it anymore (OSX has a great feature that allows you to put your signature on a PDF).
So if faxes never get made into hard copy throughout their life-cycle, why do we still use that technology. Why not convert to email or some type of web upload? It would be blindingly simple setup a email address and workflow that would replace the fax number and workflow. But every time I ask if they have an email address I can send a document to, they say it has to be a fax or postal. What am I missing?
Grab a copy of PGP or GnuPG and you could do the same for emails, and it would be far more likely to be genuine than a fax.
And in both cases, if we used encryption, it would be safer for sensitive documents.
Come On fellow Techies. Let's start pushing this stuff.
I grew up in the 70's and became a Martial Artist in the late 70's. It was pretty much after Bruce Lee and at the beginning of Chuck Norris' era in the national spotlight. I even think when I started at Fisher's Karate Institute, Rodney was teaching Tang Soo Do (Mr Norris' style), although we switch to Shotokan soon after.
So I have been a fan for a very long time. We should celebrate the day by doing something impossible.
I'm working on personally how much can I do before I start to get my heart rate too high. Have actually worked out more today than I have since I got the news.
Someone brought these in for snack day, and of course snack day takes place on the cabinets right next to my desk. If I didn't have food restrictions, this bag would have been emptied in a few minutes and I would be happily buzzing at my desk. (As of now, there is one row left)
- Keyhole SoftwareConsultant, 2013 - present
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Some things I've learned about myself: I'm a technician not an artist. I make a better NCO than an Officer. I prefer being in the choir to being a soloist.
I was born in the South, on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and will always in my heart be a Southerner. I appreciate that the Midwest has similar values.
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