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David Maggard
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      08-05-2003
Let me start by saying I really hate doing this, but I am really desperate.

I have been a cold fusion programmer for over 4 years, but lost my job in
February.
A few months later I found my current 'job', which is consultant (1099)
sidework, in which I get paid per project upon completion.
But when I finish my last project for them about 2 weeks ago I was told that
they didn't have any money in the account to pay me with, and although they
say I should be getting a check in the next few days, I worry that if they
are this tight on money, whether they will be in business for long. I was
barely keeping my head above water with what they were paying me. I live in
a small town in southwest Utah, near Las Vegas, without much IT work
locally.
I am an expert (certified) in Cold Fusion with experience mainly in
eCommerce(shopping carts and credit card processing) and self replicating
websites(member sites, and email campaign tracking).
I have advanced skills with JavaScript.
I have intermediate skills with ASP and VBA.
I have advanced database skills with Access and SQL server 2000.
I have intermediate windows networking skills.
A friend of mine and I have been trying to get our MCSEs and MCDBAs but
haven't had the money to spend on a test network let alone the exam fees.
I have also been wanting to expand my skills into Linux and PHP as well.

I was hoping someone out there would have some work or know of some for me,
preferable something I could do from home or in Las Vegas.
I really would like to avoid moving, as I have been supporting my mother who
has chronic health problems, and we have a strong family presence here.

Please someone out there help me!

David Maggard





 
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David Maggard
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      08-05-2003
Or if any of you know of any programs that would help me out while I was
studying for MCSE, that would help to.



"David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Let me start by saying I really hate doing this, but I am really

desperate.
>
> I have been a cold fusion programmer for over 4 years, but lost my job in
> February.
> A few months later I found my current 'job', which is consultant (1099)
> sidework, in which I get paid per project upon completion.
> But when I finish my last project for them about 2 weeks ago I was told

that
> they didn't have any money in the account to pay me with, and although

they
> say I should be getting a check in the next few days, I worry that if they
> are this tight on money, whether they will be in business for long. I was
> barely keeping my head above water with what they were paying me. I live

in
> a small town in southwest Utah, near Las Vegas, without much IT work
> locally.
> I am an expert (certified) in Cold Fusion with experience mainly in
> eCommerce(shopping carts and credit card processing) and self replicating
> websites(member sites, and email campaign tracking).
> I have advanced skills with JavaScript.
> I have intermediate skills with ASP and VBA.
> I have advanced database skills with Access and SQL server 2000.
> I have intermediate windows networking skills.
> A friend of mine and I have been trying to get our MCSEs and MCDBAs but
> haven't had the money to spend on a test network let alone the exam fees.
> I have also been wanting to expand my skills into Linux and PHP as well.
>
> I was hoping someone out there would have some work or know of some for

me,
> preferable something I could do from home or in Las Vegas.
> I really would like to avoid moving, as I have been supporting my mother

who
> has chronic health problems, and we have a strong family presence here.
>
> Please someone out there help me!
>
> David Maggard
>
>
>
>
>



 
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Consultant
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      08-05-2003
not to make light of your situation, but take the money you have, go to
vegas and play the blackjack table!

"David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Let me start by saying I really hate doing this, but I am really

desperate.
>
> I have been a cold fusion programmer for over 4 years, but lost my job in
> February.
> A few months later I found my current 'job', which is consultant (1099)
> sidework, in which I get paid per project upon completion.
> But when I finish my last project for them about 2 weeks ago I was told

that
> they didn't have any money in the account to pay me with, and although

they
> say I should be getting a check in the next few days, I worry that if they
> are this tight on money, whether they will be in business for long. I was
> barely keeping my head above water with what they were paying me. I live

in
> a small town in southwest Utah, near Las Vegas, without much IT work
> locally.
> I am an expert (certified) in Cold Fusion with experience mainly in
> eCommerce(shopping carts and credit card processing) and self replicating
> websites(member sites, and email campaign tracking).
> I have advanced skills with JavaScript.
> I have intermediate skills with ASP and VBA.
> I have advanced database skills with Access and SQL server 2000.
> I have intermediate windows networking skills.
> A friend of mine and I have been trying to get our MCSEs and MCDBAs but
> haven't had the money to spend on a test network let alone the exam fees.
> I have also been wanting to expand my skills into Linux and PHP as well.
>
> I was hoping someone out there would have some work or know of some for

me,
> preferable something I could do from home or in Las Vegas.
> I really would like to avoid moving, as I have been supporting my mother

who
> has chronic health problems, and we have a strong family presence here.
>
> Please someone out there help me!
>
> David Maggard
>
>
>
>
>



 
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David Maggard
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      08-05-2003
I don't think that you can do much in vegas with $50, and thats about all I
got left.


"Consultant" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:%(E-Mail Removed)...
> not to make light of your situation, but take the money you have, go to
> vegas and play the blackjack table!
>
> "David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > Let me start by saying I really hate doing this, but I am really

> desperate.
> >
> > I have been a cold fusion programmer for over 4 years, but lost my job

in
> > February.
> > A few months later I found my current 'job', which is consultant (1099)
> > sidework, in which I get paid per project upon completion.
> > But when I finish my last project for them about 2 weeks ago I was told

> that
> > they didn't have any money in the account to pay me with, and although

> they
> > say I should be getting a check in the next few days, I worry that if

they
> > are this tight on money, whether they will be in business for long. I

was
> > barely keeping my head above water with what they were paying me. I live

> in
> > a small town in southwest Utah, near Las Vegas, without much IT work
> > locally.
> > I am an expert (certified) in Cold Fusion with experience mainly in
> > eCommerce(shopping carts and credit card processing) and self

replicating
> > websites(member sites, and email campaign tracking).
> > I have advanced skills with JavaScript.
> > I have intermediate skills with ASP and VBA.
> > I have advanced database skills with Access and SQL server 2000.
> > I have intermediate windows networking skills.
> > A friend of mine and I have been trying to get our MCSEs and MCDBAs but
> > haven't had the money to spend on a test network let alone the exam

fees.
> > I have also been wanting to expand my skills into Linux and PHP as well.
> >
> > I was hoping someone out there would have some work or know of some for

> me,
> > preferable something I could do from home or in Las Vegas.
> > I really would like to avoid moving, as I have been supporting my mother

> who
> > has chronic health problems, and we have a strong family presence here.
> >
> > Please someone out there help me!
> >
> > David Maggard
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >

>
>



 
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Consultant
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      08-05-2003
play the slots?
get a lap dance?

you can always sale your sperm!

"David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> I don't think that you can do much in vegas with $50, and thats about all

I
> got left.
>
>
> "Consultant" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:%(E-Mail Removed)...
> > not to make light of your situation, but take the money you have, go to
> > vegas and play the blackjack table!
> >
> > "David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> > news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > > Let me start by saying I really hate doing this, but I am really

> > desperate.
> > >
> > > I have been a cold fusion programmer for over 4 years, but lost my job

> in
> > > February.
> > > A few months later I found my current 'job', which is consultant

(1099)
> > > sidework, in which I get paid per project upon completion.
> > > But when I finish my last project for them about 2 weeks ago I was

told
> > that
> > > they didn't have any money in the account to pay me with, and although

> > they
> > > say I should be getting a check in the next few days, I worry that if

> they
> > > are this tight on money, whether they will be in business for long. I

> was
> > > barely keeping my head above water with what they were paying me. I

live
> > in
> > > a small town in southwest Utah, near Las Vegas, without much IT work
> > > locally.
> > > I am an expert (certified) in Cold Fusion with experience mainly in
> > > eCommerce(shopping carts and credit card processing) and self

> replicating
> > > websites(member sites, and email campaign tracking).
> > > I have advanced skills with JavaScript.
> > > I have intermediate skills with ASP and VBA.
> > > I have advanced database skills with Access and SQL server 2000.
> > > I have intermediate windows networking skills.
> > > A friend of mine and I have been trying to get our MCSEs and MCDBAs

but
> > > haven't had the money to spend on a test network let alone the exam

> fees.
> > > I have also been wanting to expand my skills into Linux and PHP as

well.
> > >
> > > I was hoping someone out there would have some work or know of some

for
> > me,
> > > preferable something I could do from home or in Las Vegas.
> > > I really would like to avoid moving, as I have been supporting my

mother
> > who
> > > has chronic health problems, and we have a strong family presence

here.
> > >
> > > Please someone out there help me!
> > >
> > > David Maggard
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >

> >
> >

>
>



 
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Clint Kennedy
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      08-05-2003
I'm a hiring manager in the Las Vegas area and just recently recruited
someone with your skills and he's turning out great. Had you posted this
message about 3 weeks ago I probably could have helped ya. :-\

The LV area isn't the best to find work unless you know AS400s you can work
for the casinos and get paid a lot.

Clint

"David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Let me start by saying I really hate doing this, but I am really

desperate.
>
> I have been a cold fusion programmer for over 4 years, but lost my job in
> February.
> A few months later I found my current 'job', which is consultant (1099)
> sidework, in which I get paid per project upon completion.
> But when I finish my last project for them about 2 weeks ago I was told

that
> they didn't have any money in the account to pay me with, and although

they
> say I should be getting a check in the next few days, I worry that if they
> are this tight on money, whether they will be in business for long. I was
> barely keeping my head above water with what they were paying me. I live

in
> a small town in southwest Utah, near Las Vegas, without much IT work
> locally.
> I am an expert (certified) in Cold Fusion with experience mainly in
> eCommerce(shopping carts and credit card processing) and self replicating
> websites(member sites, and email campaign tracking).
> I have advanced skills with JavaScript.
> I have intermediate skills with ASP and VBA.
> I have advanced database skills with Access and SQL server 2000.
> I have intermediate windows networking skills.
> A friend of mine and I have been trying to get our MCSEs and MCDBAs but
> haven't had the money to spend on a test network let alone the exam fees.
> I have also been wanting to expand my skills into Linux and PHP as well.
>
> I was hoping someone out there would have some work or know of some for

me,
> preferable something I could do from home or in Las Vegas.
> I really would like to avoid moving, as I have been supporting my mother

who
> has chronic health problems, and we have a strong family presence here.
>
> Please someone out there help me!
>
> David Maggard
>
>
>
>
>



 
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Davin Mickelson
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      08-05-2003
Hi, David.
I respect your need to care for your family. That's great. Family should
always comes first, IMHO.

A couple of thoughts - if you are a web developer/DB Administrator, why are
you considering becoming certified as an MCSE? Have you considered becoming
an MCSD? I mean no insult to the members of this group (some will take
insult anyway - that's okay), but MCSEs are becoming as popular as Ford
Tauruses in the US. If you don't have one yourself, you know someone else
who does. I don't know of any unemployed MCSDs/MCADs. However, MCSEs have a
tougher time of landing a job.

Your skill set shows me that your definitely ready to learn and work with
VB.NET. Get the count of the different types of certified folks here:
http://www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/certified.asp

You can earn an MCAD certification in VB.NET with three exams (vs. MCSE's
seven exams).

If you perform a search on http://www.dice.com, you'll find no CF jobs in
Nevada, however, here's what I found with .NET:
ASP.NET Developer - Eastridge Infotech Las Vegas, NV (8-1-2003)
..Net Software Developers - CDI Professional Services Las Vegas, NV
(7-22-2003)
..Net Software Architect - CDI Professional Services Las Vegas, NV
(7-22-2003)
..Net Software Test Engineer - CDI Professional Services Las Vegas, NV
(7-22-2003)
VB.net Software Engineer - Eastridge Infotech Reno, NV (8-5-2003)
C# Apps Developer - Equities Trading - Eric Robert Associates New York, NV
(8-1-2003)
Programmer - Legacy Solutions Reno, NV (8-1-2003)
Network Administrator - Vecor, Inc Elko, NV (8-4-2003)

Hey - there's an MCSE job on the end!

Good luck to you. Skip using expensive books when you study - use MSDN and
Transcender practice exams. You sound like you have great programming skills
that should put toward SW development.

This information is based purely on my opinions and you can take it or leave
it.

Sincerely,
Davin Mickelson
MCP+SiteBuilding, MCSD(VS6), MCSD.NET



"David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Or if any of you know of any programs that would help me out while I was
> studying for MCSE, that would help to.
>
>
>
> "David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > Let me start by saying I really hate doing this, but I am really

> desperate.
> >
> > I have been a cold fusion programmer for over 4 years, but lost my job

in
> > February.
> > A few months later I found my current 'job', which is consultant (1099)
> > sidework, in which I get paid per project upon completion.
> > But when I finish my last project for them about 2 weeks ago I was told

> that
> > they didn't have any money in the account to pay me with, and although

> they
> > say I should be getting a check in the next few days, I worry that if

they
> > are this tight on money, whether they will be in business for long. I

was
> > barely keeping my head above water with what they were paying me. I live

> in
> > a small town in southwest Utah, near Las Vegas, without much IT work
> > locally.
> > I am an expert (certified) in Cold Fusion with experience mainly in
> > eCommerce(shopping carts and credit card processing) and self

replicating
> > websites(member sites, and email campaign tracking).
> > I have advanced skills with JavaScript.
> > I have intermediate skills with ASP and VBA.
> > I have advanced database skills with Access and SQL server 2000.
> > I have intermediate windows networking skills.
> > A friend of mine and I have been trying to get our MCSEs and MCDBAs but
> > haven't had the money to spend on a test network let alone the exam

fees.
> > I have also been wanting to expand my skills into Linux and PHP as well.
> >
> > I was hoping someone out there would have some work or know of some for

> me,
> > preferable something I could do from home or in Las Vegas.
> > I really would like to avoid moving, as I have been supporting my mother

> who
> > has chronic health problems, and we have a strong family presence here.
> >
> > Please someone out there help me!
> >
> > David Maggard
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >

>
>



 
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Consultant
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      08-05-2003
that is not an insult, it is the truth.

personally, mcse is just one of the certs i hold, i am a sr network engineer
by title, but am not limited to an MS only skillset.

"Davin Mickelson" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Hi, David.
> I respect your need to care for your family. That's great. Family should
> always comes first, IMHO.
>
> A couple of thoughts - if you are a web developer/DB Administrator, why

are
> you considering becoming certified as an MCSE? Have you considered

becoming
> an MCSD? I mean no insult to the members of this group (some will take
> insult anyway - that's okay), but MCSEs are becoming as popular as Ford
> Tauruses in the US. If you don't have one yourself, you know someone else
> who does. I don't know of any unemployed MCSDs/MCADs. However, MCSEs have

a
> tougher time of landing a job.
>
> Your skill set shows me that your definitely ready to learn and work with
> VB.NET. Get the count of the different types of certified folks here:
> http://www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/certified.asp
>
> You can earn an MCAD certification in VB.NET with three exams (vs. MCSE's
> seven exams).
>
> If you perform a search on http://www.dice.com, you'll find no CF jobs in
> Nevada, however, here's what I found with .NET:
> ASP.NET Developer - Eastridge Infotech Las Vegas, NV (8-1-2003)
> .Net Software Developers - CDI Professional Services Las Vegas, NV
> (7-22-2003)
> .Net Software Architect - CDI Professional Services Las Vegas, NV
> (7-22-2003)
> .Net Software Test Engineer - CDI Professional Services Las Vegas, NV
> (7-22-2003)
> VB.net Software Engineer - Eastridge Infotech Reno, NV (8-5-2003)
> C# Apps Developer - Equities Trading - Eric Robert Associates New York, NV
> (8-1-2003)
> Programmer - Legacy Solutions Reno, NV (8-1-2003)
> Network Administrator - Vecor, Inc Elko, NV (8-4-2003)
>
> Hey - there's an MCSE job on the end!
>
> Good luck to you. Skip using expensive books when you study - use MSDN and
> Transcender practice exams. You sound like you have great programming

skills
> that should put toward SW development.
>
> This information is based purely on my opinions and you can take it or

leave
> it.
>
> Sincerely,
> Davin Mickelson
> MCP+SiteBuilding, MCSD(VS6), MCSD.NET
>
>
>
> "David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > Or if any of you know of any programs that would help me out while I was
> > studying for MCSE, that would help to.
> >
> >
> >
> > "David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> > news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > > Let me start by saying I really hate doing this, but I am really

> > desperate.
> > >
> > > I have been a cold fusion programmer for over 4 years, but lost my job

> in
> > > February.
> > > A few months later I found my current 'job', which is consultant

(1099)
> > > sidework, in which I get paid per project upon completion.
> > > But when I finish my last project for them about 2 weeks ago I was

told
> > that
> > > they didn't have any money in the account to pay me with, and although

> > they
> > > say I should be getting a check in the next few days, I worry that if

> they
> > > are this tight on money, whether they will be in business for long. I

> was
> > > barely keeping my head above water with what they were paying me. I

live
> > in
> > > a small town in southwest Utah, near Las Vegas, without much IT work
> > > locally.
> > > I am an expert (certified) in Cold Fusion with experience mainly in
> > > eCommerce(shopping carts and credit card processing) and self

> replicating
> > > websites(member sites, and email campaign tracking).
> > > I have advanced skills with JavaScript.
> > > I have intermediate skills with ASP and VBA.
> > > I have advanced database skills with Access and SQL server 2000.
> > > I have intermediate windows networking skills.
> > > A friend of mine and I have been trying to get our MCSEs and MCDBAs

but
> > > haven't had the money to spend on a test network let alone the exam

> fees.
> > > I have also been wanting to expand my skills into Linux and PHP as

well.
> > >
> > > I was hoping someone out there would have some work or know of some

for
> > me,
> > > preferable something I could do from home or in Las Vegas.
> > > I really would like to avoid moving, as I have been supporting my

mother
> > who
> > > has chronic health problems, and we have a strong family presence

here.
> > >
> > > Please someone out there help me!
> > >
> > > David Maggard
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >

> >
> >

>
>



 
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David Maggard
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      08-05-2003
I really do understand your question, In the area I live most companies
aren't big enough to need or afford a server admin, a graphic designer, a
database admin, and a web site programmer. Most want a swiss army IT
worker, and while I can do all but the graphics fairly well, if I was
certified for MCSE and MCDBA as well as experienced, It would give me and
edge over other applicants, and since there are so few jobs in the area I am
hoping that it will help me get a more stable job. I feel that doing mcse
will help me hone my skills as well as give me something to show to local
employers.
An no offence, but I have always found VB to be an ugly language lacking C++
& javascripts simply beauty, I find C type syntax easier to read.
My impression of MCSD was it was geared more towards application
programming, which I really haven't done much of since High School, and not
web programming which is where my strength lies.


"Davin Mickelson" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Hi, David.
> I respect your need to care for your family. That's great. Family should
> always comes first, IMHO.
>
> A couple of thoughts - if you are a web developer/DB Administrator, why

are
> you considering becoming certified as an MCSE? Have you considered

becoming
> an MCSD? I mean no insult to the members of this group (some will take
> insult anyway - that's okay), but MCSEs are becoming as popular as Ford
> Tauruses in the US. If you don't have one yourself, you know someone else
> who does. I don't know of any unemployed MCSDs/MCADs. However, MCSEs have

a
> tougher time of landing a job.
>
> Your skill set shows me that your definitely ready to learn and work with
> VB.NET. Get the count of the different types of certified folks here:
> http://www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/certified.asp
>
> You can earn an MCAD certification in VB.NET with three exams (vs. MCSE's
> seven exams).
>
> If you perform a search on http://www.dice.com, you'll find no CF jobs in
> Nevada, however, here's what I found with .NET:
> ASP.NET Developer - Eastridge Infotech Las Vegas, NV (8-1-2003)
> .Net Software Developers - CDI Professional Services Las Vegas, NV
> (7-22-2003)
> .Net Software Architect - CDI Professional Services Las Vegas, NV
> (7-22-2003)
> .Net Software Test Engineer - CDI Professional Services Las Vegas, NV
> (7-22-2003)
> VB.net Software Engineer - Eastridge Infotech Reno, NV (8-5-2003)
> C# Apps Developer - Equities Trading - Eric Robert Associates New York, NV
> (8-1-2003)
> Programmer - Legacy Solutions Reno, NV (8-1-2003)
> Network Administrator - Vecor, Inc Elko, NV (8-4-2003)
>
> Hey - there's an MCSE job on the end!
>
> Good luck to you. Skip using expensive books when you study - use MSDN and
> Transcender practice exams. You sound like you have great programming

skills
> that should put toward SW development.
>
> This information is based purely on my opinions and you can take it or

leave
> it.
>
> Sincerely,
> Davin Mickelson
> MCP+SiteBuilding, MCSD(VS6), MCSD.NET
>
>
>
> "David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > Or if any of you know of any programs that would help me out while I was
> > studying for MCSE, that would help to.
> >
> >
> >
> > "David Maggard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> > news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > > Let me start by saying I really hate doing this, but I am really

> > desperate.
> > >
> > > I have been a cold fusion programmer for over 4 years, but lost my job

> in
> > > February.
> > > A few months later I found my current 'job', which is consultant

(1099)
> > > sidework, in which I get paid per project upon completion.
> > > But when I finish my last project for them about 2 weeks ago I was

told
> > that
> > > they didn't have any money in the account to pay me with, and although

> > they
> > > say I should be getting a check in the next few days, I worry that if

> they
> > > are this tight on money, whether they will be in business for long. I

> was
> > > barely keeping my head above water with what they were paying me. I

live
> > in
> > > a small town in southwest Utah, near Las Vegas, without much IT work
> > > locally.
> > > I am an expert (certified) in Cold Fusion with experience mainly in
> > > eCommerce(shopping carts and credit card processing) and self

> replicating
> > > websites(member sites, and email campaign tracking).
> > > I have advanced skills with JavaScript.
> > > I have intermediate skills with ASP and VBA.
> > > I have advanced database skills with Access and SQL server 2000.
> > > I have intermediate windows networking skills.
> > > A friend of mine and I have been trying to get our MCSEs and MCDBAs

but
> > > haven't had the money to spend on a test network let alone the exam

> fees.
> > > I have also been wanting to expand my skills into Linux and PHP as

well.
> > >
> > > I was hoping someone out there would have some work or know of some

for
> > me,
> > > preferable something I could do from home or in Las Vegas.
> > > I really would like to avoid moving, as I have been supporting my

mother
> > who
> > > has chronic health problems, and we have a strong family presence

here.
> > >
> > > Please someone out there help me!
> > >
> > > David Maggard
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >

> >
> >

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      08-05-2003
On Tue, 5 Aug 2003 11:23:02 -0700, "Clint Kennedy"
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>The LV area isn't the best to find work unless you know AS400s you can work
>for the casinos and get paid a lot.


How much is a lot? All of the contracting gig's I have done in Vegas
were for the government, so I was wondering how much they get paid at
the casinos.

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