Monthly Archives: February 2011

About corporate stupidity, part II

The Cole’s Axiom from the Murphy’s Laws states the following: The sum of the intelligence on the planet is a constant; the population is growing.An Axiom is defined as ‘a proposition that is not proved or demonstrated but considered to … Continue reading

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About new IT hype (and other stuff)

On the stretch of US-101 from Sunnyvale to San Francisco’s last exit I’ve counted no less then seven billboards with word ‘cloud‘ in it. Surprisingly, on the way back there are only three cloud billboards. P.S. In addition to that … Continue reading

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About aliens and software

There is decades-old question formulated as Fermi Paradox. That question become even more actual since NASA released their Cosmic Census estimations – where the hell are those damn aliens? Well, I always had a suspicion that aliens existed (‘suspicion’ – … Continue reading

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About recruiters (yes, again) and some (interesting) positions…

Got following email today, which I’m publishing whole except the contact information at the bottom: —-This is a 1 year contract to hire position in Seaside at one of our client sites.     Skills required include: Senior Administrator Cisco PIX, Cisco firewalls, … Continue reading

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