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milanbenes
30th June 2008, 10:41
morning all,

looks like I have to look for something else

does anyone need a new fangled .net administrator

Milan.

DimPrawn
30th June 2008, 10:43
No. Next.

Pondlife
30th June 2008, 10:52
morning all,

looks like I have to look for something else

does anyone need a new fangled .net administrator

Milan.

I understand your core skills are in tape management but I really need someone to reorganise my CD collection. will pay market rates.
:tongue

Will keep an eye out for you anyway.

rootsnall
30th June 2008, 10:53
Eh !? I thought you were quids in until 2012. Don't tell me they've worked it out :eek:

Things still look good in sleepy hollow, I'm benched from Friday but taking a break to do a bit of building, the other lads who are being benched all seem to be in demand elsewhere.

milanbenes
30th June 2008, 10:55
well this one ends at the end of august

you know, early bird, and all that so I'm putting the feelers out and we'll see what comes

Milan.

Moscow Mule
30th June 2008, 11:06
I'm putting the feelers out and we'll see what comes

Milan.

At worst, an entry on the sex-offenders register.

Probably, a slap

At best, she grabs your balls and drags you into bed

HTH

basshead
30th June 2008, 11:07
o_0

TheBigYinJames
30th June 2008, 11:15
does anyone need a new fangled .net administrator


Out of interest, what does a .NET administrator do? In my experience .NET sort of looks after itself.

milanbenes
30th June 2008, 11:26
BigYinYang,

you're not supposed to ask things like that:

'Out of interest, what does a .NET administrator do?',

Milan.

TheBigYinJames
30th June 2008, 11:31
BigYinYang,
you're not supposed to ask things like that:


Did I scare you with 'agenecytalk' ? Where are you working now? I know some of the people there, who's your manager, I might know him? How are you finding the market?

Solent
30th June 2008, 11:40
I too, am curious to know what a .Net Administrator does, if only to enlighten me :nerd

Churchill
30th June 2008, 11:45
well this one ends at the end of august

you know, early bird, and all that so I'm putting the feelers out and we'll see what comes

Milan.

Gentlemen, we have this every time MBs contract is due to end.

Every year without fail we get the "Oh dear, nearly at the end.", "What am I going to do?" posts and then minutes before the deadline we get a post telling us how brilliant his client thinks he is and how he's got a major rate increase to stay.

Milan, you could give lessons to Threaded!

Marina
30th June 2008, 11:46
At worst, an entry on the sex-offenders register.

Probably, a slap

At best, she grabs your balls and drags you into bed

HTH

:spel

Pondlife
30th June 2008, 11:52
I too, am curious to know what a .Net Administrator does, if only to enlighten me :nerd

It's a highly technical role that involves ensuring that the tapes get put back in the correct box and that the date is written correctly and clearly on the label.

The afternoon is spent reseting users' passwords to "initial"

I believe there's a course you can do to learn all this.

HTH

rootsnall
30th June 2008, 12:11
It's a highly technical role that involves ensuring that the tapes get put back in the correct box and that the date is written correctly and clearly on the label.

The afternoon is spent reseting users' passwords to "initial"

I believe there's a course you can do to learn all this.

HTH

Did you know the newer releases now allow longer passwords, the vendor of the package now offer training in how to enter 9 and even 10 character long passwords.

Milan, are you going to wing it or go on the training ?

milanbenes
30th June 2008, 12:13
LOL

even easier with cua


Milan.

Diver
30th June 2008, 12:16
It's a highly technical role that involves ensuring that the tapes get put back in the correct box and that the date is written correctly and clearly on the label.

The afternoon is spent reseting users' passwords to "initial"

I believe there's a course you can do to learn all this.

HTH

You must have had Special training to be eligible for the course!
Or been to a Special school ?

milanbenes
30th June 2008, 12:32
Diver,

I can see, with such an attitude, you wouldn't fit in in the .Net world.

In .Net we commoditise and capitalise on everything.

Milan.

Pondlife
30th June 2008, 12:38
You must have had Special training to be eligible for the course! Or been to a Special school ?

There are pre-requisites otherwise you cannot finish all the coursework in time.

The mandatory level one courses cover basic mouse funtionality and keyboard management skills.

Level two progresses into more specialist areas including "why pulling out the plug is a bad way to shutdown"

Level 3 (tape storage and label management) has a multiple choice test at the end before certification.

It's these high entry barriers that keep riff-raff out.

rootsnall
30th June 2008, 12:46
Out of interest, what does a .NET administrator do? In my experience .NET sort of looks after itself.


I too, am curious to know what a .Net Administrator does, if only to enlighten me :nerd

:bluelight riff-raff alert :bluelight

TheBigYinJames
30th June 2008, 12:48
:bluelight riff-raff alert :bluelight

:spel people who know what they're doing

rootsnall
30th June 2008, 13:00
:spel people who know what they're doing

Exactly, riff-raff ! Please KEEP OUT.

milanbenes
30th June 2008, 13:07
looks like this bunch of big heads wouldn't pass a .Net interview

good enough


Milan.

TheBigYinJames
30th June 2008, 13:34
looks like this bunch of big heads wouldn't pass a .Net interview
good enough


I pass them twice a year on average. What's your point caller?

Dow Jones
30th June 2008, 14:59
A lot of SAP (cue for MB) clients that I know of have postponed or cancelled new releases and rollouts due to financial constraints. SAP costs lately far outweigh any benefits, dear friend.

rootsnall
30th June 2008, 15:04
A lot of SAP (cue for MB) clients that I know of have postponed or cancelled new releases and rollouts due to financial constraints. SAP costs lately far outweigh any benefits, dear friend.

:bluelight riff-raff alert :bluelight

ps. .Net customers tend to have more money and be more stupid than your average IT client

lambrini_socialist
30th June 2008, 15:25
How are you finding the market?

yeah, what's that all about? i would've thought that a recruitment agent would have a better idea about the state of the market than a contractor. :confused:

milanbenes
1st July 2008, 09:36
ok, extenSHUN to the end of the year, will revisit this thread in a few months

panic over folks

Milan.

ThomasSoerensen
1st July 2008, 09:41
Did you know the newer releases now allow longer passwords, the vendor of the package now offer training in how to enter 9 and even 10 character long passwords.

Milan, are you going to wing it or go on the training ?

there is a password generator that will generate a random password of 256 characters. The users looooove it when you give those out on paper - as to avoid easy copy and pasting :laugh:laugh

ThomasSoerensen
1st July 2008, 09:42
:bluelight riff-raff alert :bluelight

:laugh

ThomasSoerensen
1st July 2008, 09:44
ok, extenSHUN to the end of the year, will revisit this thread in a few months

panic over folks

Milan.

well done - I worried a lot for you

DimPrawn
1st July 2008, 09:45
ok, extenSHUN to the end of the year, will revisit this thread in a few months

panic over folks

Milan.

Admins, can we have a sticky for this, save Milan posting the same bollox every few months?


:rolleyes:

rootsnall
1st July 2008, 09:48
Admins, can we have a sticky for this, save Milan posting the same bollox every few months?


:rolleyes:

What happens when the reseSHUN ( :confused: ) hits and he's out on his ar*e ?

Can't be long now ;)

Pondlife
1st July 2008, 09:49
there is a password generator that will generate a random password of 256 characters. The users looooove it when you give those out on paper - as to avoid easy copy and pasting :laugh:laugh

Shortly before sellotaping it to their desks :suicide:

ThomasSoerensen
1st July 2008, 09:51
Shortly before sellotaping it to their desks :suicide:

It is a one time password that must be changed to a new 256 character pw htat has a suitable level of complexity and does not resemble any of the last 256 used passwords :laugh

Dow Jones
1st July 2008, 10:17
Gentlemen, we have this every time MBs contract is due to end.

Every year without fail we get the "Oh dear, nearly at the end.", "What am I going to do?" posts and then minutes before the deadline we get a post telling us how brilliant his client thinks he is and how he's got a major rate increase to stay.

Milan, you could give lessons to Threaded!

Top Dog has got him sussed...