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trsisko
11th September 2007, 11:10
my friend in romania says they own a company over there, and hes thinking of working for them since hes got a job intewview for sys admin

any info on them would be sweet,
cheers

Svalbaard
11th September 2007, 12:11
Perhaps you should visit their website. I'm sure if you Googled it...

Also:
As a country name, Romaina should be spelt with a capital 'R'.
Interview is also spelt with an 'r', not a 'w'.

Thanks.

lexington_spurs
11th September 2007, 12:16
Um.

NickFitz
11th September 2007, 12:22
As a country name, Romaina should be spelt with a capital 'R'.


:spel Romania

chef
11th September 2007, 12:52
my friend in romania says they own a company over there, and hes thinking of working for them since hes got a job intewview for sys admin

any info on them would be sweet,
cheers

I'd tell your 'friend' to ignore any advice you give as your spelling and grammar is awful.

My friend in Romania says that they own a company over there. He's thinking of working for them he has got a job interview for Sys Admin.

RIP Fleety

chef
11th September 2007, 12:56
and with a wave of my magic Google wand (i.e i typed "paypoint Romania") you get this (http://www.paypoint.co.uk/uploads/Press%20release%20_Final%20Version_%20_5_(1).pdf) as the top result

"On the 15 May 2007 PayPoint acquired Pay Store SRL for €16 million. Pay Store is a company. incorporated in Romania and is a mobile top-up provider"

DBA_bloke
11th September 2007, 14:38
:spel (punctuation & capital letter)

and with a wave of my magic Google wand (i.e i typed "paypoint Romania") you get this (http://www.paypoint.co.uk/uploads/Press%20release%20_Final%20Version_%20_5_(1).pdf) as the top result

"On the 15 May 2007 PayPoint acquired Pay Store SRL for €16 million. Pay Store is a company. incorporated in Romania and is a mobile top-up provider"


And with a wave of my magic Google wand (i.e. I typed "paypoint Romania") you get this (http://www.paypoint.co.uk/uploads/Press%20release%20_Final%20Version_%20_5_(1).pdf) as the top result.

"On the 15 May 2007 PayPoint acquired Pay Store SRL for €16 million. Pay Store is a company. incorporated in Romania and is a mobile top-up provider"

You had it coming!

Churchill
11th September 2007, 14:47
and with a wave of my magic Google wand (i.e i typed "paypoint Romania") you get this (http://www.paypoint.co.uk/uploads/Press%20release%20_Final%20Version_%20_5_(1).pdf) as the top result

"On the 15 May 2007 PayPoint acquired Pay Store SRL for €16 million. Pay Store is a company. incorporated in Romania and is a mobile top-up provider"

TWO SPACES AFTER A "FULL STOP"!!!

NickFitz
11th September 2007, 15:00
TWO SPACES AFTER A "FULL STOP"!!!

That's not supported by HTML 4.01:



user agents should collapse input white space sequences when producing output inter-word space.

http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/text.html#h-9.1

HTH :D

Churchill
11th September 2007, 15:04
That's not supported by HTML 4.01:



http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/text.html#h-9.1

HTH :D

Bollox. Learn to type a real letter.

Fecking kids today - will probably get you arrested!

trsisko
11th September 2007, 16:04
sorry people i should not have written this post.

sorry

now bye

Ruprect
11th September 2007, 16:16
Bollox. Learn to type a real letter.

Fecking kids today - will probably get you arrested!

No its not. For at least the last 10 years typesetters have only used a single space. Get with it grandad.

*Edit* Unless you're french Monsieur Churchill.

gables
11th September 2007, 22:06
Bollox. Learn to type a real letter.

Fecking kids today - will probably get you arrested!

Surely, fecking kids any day will get you arrested?

thunderlizard
11th September 2007, 22:42
Crikey, I'm rather alarmed at people suggesting Google as the measure of a company's credibility. Having written the content for our own corporate website, I'll never trust one again.

Anybody who's lived in bedsitland as long as I have will know all about PayPoint (though I didn't know they had an internet presence too). It's a mechanism for topping up your prepay electricity and gas at corner shops, and probably other things too.

madhippy
13th September 2007, 06:59
went for an interview (permie) with them a couple of years ago ... based in Welwyn Garden City I think ... they have cash point type of things in cheap shops for people who don't understand direct debits to pay various bills... tech was messaging based, .net (prolly c#), c++ on the console machine thingies ...

interview consisted of phone screen, hr screen, psychometric testing, tech test and a presentation to the 'board' type of thing.

seemed a reasonable place to work. call centre to support the cash point console thingies which meant lots of totty.

interview process was blood pointless tho - didn't get it, they hired internally ... (even tho I asked why they weren't hiring internally, no one suitable ...)

romanian bit fck knows.