People have been complaining about Facebook and their privacy changes for what seems like an eternity. Recent developments have shown that this is all part of Facebook’s plan for world domination. Besides the various privacy policy changes, they have recently decided to share your profile with selected third party sites. Louis Gray posed an interesting […]

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I just wanted to let people know that RegularGeek is having email problems. It looks like I have only been getting part of my emails for the past week to 10 days. So if you emailed a regulargeek.com address, please be patient as I try to sort things out. I just received a batch of […]

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I was not planning on writing anything like this post, but Seth Godin had a great post on learning from a lousy teacher. If you have a teacher (of any sort) that you cannot please, that you cannot learn from, that is unwilling to take you where you need to go because he is defending […]

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Over the course of my 15-year career I have found some things that I liked about jobs and other things that I did not like. It has taken me a while to figure things out, but most people will have one type of job and company that “fits”. Of course, the logical question to ask […]

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Please see a more recent update of the NoSQL trends at NoSQL Job Trends – September 2010. In the past, I have posted about job trends for traditional programming languages as well as Web 2.0 programming languages. This is really just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to skills that jobs may require. […]

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