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    Do you have experience of Visual? Contract


    Temp Assignment - 5 weeks. You must be able to use Visual.
    Excellent Excel skills- you will be an excel expert with the following;
    - Ability to write Visual Basic - not just copy it, but write it yourself
    - Know how to validate, expand and collapse sections
    - Do manual forms and fields etc and then do advanced things with them.
    - Be able to present this information well- the figures/analysis will need to be presented in a professional way (look wise) for the documents.
    Either call for further information or send your CV, we will only contact you if you have Visual experience.



    Location City Of London
    Country UK
    Start Date 23rd November 2009
    Duration 5 weeks
    Rate £10 - £12 /Hour
    Recruiter Office Angels
    Contact Lisa Crane
    Telephone 02075800777
    Email Lisa.Crane.9E0CD.868B0@mail.jobserve.com
    Reference JSLISAOA101
    Posted Date 18/11/2009 14:49:57
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    So come on you lot - do any of you do Visual. The basic version is fine (look wise)
    Rule Number 1 - Assuming that you have a valid contract in place always try to get your poo onto your timesheet, provided that the timesheet is valid for your current contract and covers the period of time that you are billing for.

    I preferred version 1!

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    Office Angels - love it!

    Lisa Crane is unavailable as she is currently filing her nails.

    The advert almost reads as though it was written by Vicky Pollard.
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    Love it.

    Interviewer: Can you do advaced things with forms?
    Interviewee: Why yes.

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    only when I have my glasses on
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    Hello,

    For one or our blue chip client we are looking for a senior VB.NET developer.

    Objective:

    Informing quality parameters on a form, the contents of his notes written on SQL 2005.

    Tasks:

    - Entering information on a predefined master
    - Save the info on the database
    - Return of info graphically with Visual Basic 2008

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderlizard View Post
    Hello,

    For one or our blue chip client we are looking for a senior VB.NET developer.

    Objective:

    Informing quality parameters on a form, the contents of his notes written on SQL 2005.

    Tasks:

    - Entering information on a predefined master
    - Save the info on the database
    - Return of info graphically with Visual Basic 2008
    what about tapes?
    Coffee's for closers

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    & why is it always "Senior developer?" I've never engaged a "Senior plumber", "Senior hairdresser" or "Senior urologist".

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderlizard View Post
    & why is it always "Senior developer?" I've never engaged a "Senior plumber", "Senior hairdresser" or "Senior urologist".
    In the hope that experienced people will read the ad and then do the job for the rate of a school leaver.
    And what exactly is wrong with an "ad hominem" argument? Dodgy Agent, 16-5-2014

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderlizard View Post
    & why is it always "Senior developer?" I've never engaged a "Senior plumber", "Senior hairdresser" or "Senior urologist".
    The last two certainly exist 'senior stylist' and 'consultant urologist'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SantaClaus View Post
    Office Angels - love it!

    Lisa Crane is unavailable as she is currently filing her nails.

    The advert almost reads as though it was written by Vicky Pollard.
    I have this vision of Armstrong and Miller's RAF pilots talking it over in the mess room.

    "I say, I've got this new job lined up for when the war finishes"

    "What's that?"(puffing on pipe)

    "It's all to do with Computers and tulip like that"

    "Isn't it"

    "Isn't it - I've got to do all visual and stuff like that, and I'm not talking about coping it, I've got to write it all myself and tulip, its well hardcore."

    "Write it all yourself? You know what that's so unfair that's -like - making you re-invent the wheel and that"

    "Isn't it"

    "Isn't it"
    Numbly tolerating the inequality as a way to achieve greater prosperity for all.

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