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12-12-2012 06:51 AM
badazz2010focus ah ok
12-12-2012 02:01 AM
jinstall LED or HID you still run into the parabolic issues just like you do with headlights. No matter what temp you run of LED or HID, they will still over run the parabolic design of the housing.
12-11-2012 08:32 PM
crice8
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Originally Posted by Duhamel View Post
I'm curious what you do on a daily basis. I work in IT, but at a more system analyst level.... no programming, just networking, analysis/setup/troubleshooting. I wish I had schooled more, but everything I know was learned through experience. I'm 35. I'm shooting for my MSCE within the next year or two, right now just Win7 certified. That's pretty good money though, good on ya!
Right now I'm not working in the IT department on a daily basis due to my school schedule and it conflicting with the 9-5 hours of the corporate office. But as soon as I graduate I will go back. Mainly working on IT projects such as a customer loyalty program revamp, and the many other IT projects that are going on in the company(retail grocery company). But right now I actually run what we call the "retail lab" on campus here at UT Tyler. It is a lab with computers that have a training version of SAP that I have assignments that The students in a retail marketing class complete. I handle the SAP assignment creation as well as the grading and also the assignments I have made that use the Point of Sale system. We have have all of the systems that would be in a fully operable store in this lab.
12-11-2012 08:08 PM
Duhamel
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Originally Posted by crice8 View Post
21 as of November 2nd. I have already worked in a corporate IT department ..............as you can see by the salaries of my field it is hard not to be lol
I'm curious what you do on a daily basis. I work in IT, but at a more system analyst level.... no programming, just networking, analysis/setup/troubleshooting. I wish I had schooled more, but everything I know was learned through experience. I'm 35. I'm shooting for my MCSE within the next year or two, right now just Win7 certified. That's pretty good money though, good on ya!
12-11-2012 05:52 PM
crice8
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Originally Posted by badazz2010focus View Post
hold old are you now LOL
21 as of November 2nd. I have already worked in a corporate IT department as an intern for 4 semesters even though the limit is supposed to be 2(=

They also have a job waiting for me when I graduate Next Fall with my Bachelors in CIS. The starting salary for IT even at this small company is 65K a year.

I was happy with just getting my undergrad degree and the jobs I could get with only that in my field.
But then I found out that it will only take me 36 hours to get my Master in Business Administration, which I can do while working for that company because they are here in the same town as my college, because all of the graduate classes are at night and online(=
therefore I can get my Masters while still getting paid 65k a year in the process without inconveniencing me at all.
Keep in mind I will graduate with that Masters at age of 24.
With a Bachelors in CIS and a Masters in BA I would be more qualified for IT Management positions(such as IT project manager, IT Director, and Chief Information Officer) than even the current people that have worked at this company for 15 years, due to specialized training in management as well as my vast knowledge of not only the programming aspects of IT but also the Database and overall IT Business Systems.
CIS is the cross between business and technology and we bridge that gap which most companies have now created dedicated department for this.

I was speaking to the marketing professor that I'm an assistant for, her son attends another college near here and he graduates this month with only his Bachelors in CIS.
He had interviews with Microsoft, Exxon-Mobile, Google, and two other companies last month.
The companies want our major so bad that they paid for all of his expenses to fly to interviews.
While in the interview with Microsoft they offered him a starting salary of $100k a year, 50k in their stock shares, and a sign on bonus of 5k.
He told them he still had other interviews to attend, they were like "wait, wait ,wait, what will it take for you to stop going to interviews."
They ended up agreeing on making his sign on bonus 15k if he would stop going to interviews lol. Dude signed on for the job and hasn't even graduated yet!

I apologize for the book here but this is something I'm very passionate about and as you can see by the salaries of my field it is hard not to be lol
12-11-2012 05:26 PM
badazz2010focus hold old are you now LOL
12-11-2012 05:00 PM
crice8
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Originally Posted by badazz2010focus View Post
straight truck not otr :) local I need to do something I'm no further in my life today then I was the same time last year LOL!
lol well good deal man. I'm a firm believer in always striving for more and never settle. I'm determined to be a CIO by 35!
12-11-2012 04:56 PM
badazz2010focus straight truck not otr :) local I need to do something I'm no further in my life today then I was the same time last year LOL!
12-11-2012 04:53 PM
crice8
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Originally Posted by badazz2010focus View Post
yay LOL well if it helps I'm going for my class b.
Good deal man. Do you want to do cross country transportation etc.?

Or just for personal use with large Rvs, trailers as well as business use of large buses and moving trucks?
12-11-2012 04:44 PM
badazz2010focus yay LOL well if it helps I'm going for my class b.
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