What's your latest project?
I'm currently hammering out an XML based transaction protocol for transferring large amounts of data over three networks [IP, Telephony, and a paging system.]
We are adding new enhanced modules in our e-Commerce solution for not a Fortune 500 company. :-)
Evgeny Gesin /Javadesk/
Just started on a complete redesign of www.CoffeeGeek.com -- first complete redesign after 2 years. Design is done; now the coding begins.
I'm writing a POS system in some language you've probably never heard of.
somebody please shoot me now
I wish I knew ...
I'm forwarding emails between my boss and a consultant
Man, but reading "POS System" *always* makes me laugh...
retired and loving it
Software to control and coordinate patient testing via some custom build audiological testing hardware. Configure the hardware, run a test, store the results and present them to an audiological clinicial for analysis.
Pardon? You'll HAVE TO SPEAK UP A BIT
Reading the Sunday job ads, emailing my resume, talking friends into taking my resume and forwarding to anyone who might be interested, posting my resume on job boards, searching job boards...trying to become employed.
My current project is to train my two Indian replacements. I hope it is over budget and takes twice as long.
Developing a computer language.
I've recently contributed some patches to the Subversion version control system, and worked on various Perl CPAN modules. I also worked on some essays and on a version control comparison. I also interviewed a 77-years old hacker I'm acquainted with and been polishing this interview.
I'm working on a J2EE integration framework for legacy software.
John Topley (www.johntopley.com)
Working on a Invoice & Inventory system using VB6 and Access. Taking longer then expected, though.
They always do.
Rewriting some VB objects (for an ecommerce link) so you can script them from VBScript also adding a pile of useful features we missed on the first pass.
Yes, job hunting.
Suddenly employed impared
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