I would actually suggest you not to paste your resume over the Internet in all unrelated places. Actually hosting a resume itself on the Internet is kind of hazardous for many reasons:
1) Your confidential information like residence address, DoB etc. are at stake.
2) Without your knowledge, you are actually putting a risk to your existing organization by describing the projects to others. Your organization's competitor can get an edge now by knowing the internals of the same.
Hence unless and otherwise some bona fide employer or job website is going to be your reader, you should refrain sharing your profile with others.
I need a bit of help here. You see, I used to code every day, all of my time was spent on eating, sleeping, and coding. It was a happy life, until I began to stare at lines of code for whole minutes and then "waking up" and wondering what I was doing; sort of like a zombie. I couldn't seem to concentrate at all, so I stopped for a while, I think about a week.
Then I came back and guess what? I coded a new game engine, a game using that engine, and a very neat GUI system for that game - in less than 4 days. The GUI thing I thought was impossible for someone of my skill level, but it just came natural, I didn't worry at all about not being able to finish it. Didn't get "stuck" or anything. I coded it and enjoyed coding more than ever.
But now I'm back to zombieing... damn. So, has anyone else gone through this? Any tips? My dad has some Focus Factor pills, maybe that helps? Don't tell me to wait another week, I've got nothing better to do but play video games and watch Dragonball.
It's always been like this, but I had never fully stopped for a whole week before, so the comeback was more dramatic than previous times.
I think were all different. I have worked with a few people who thought I was insane due to the amount of time I spend in front of the computer.
Certainly there are days where I feel like a Zombie but if I have problems thinking about code, I go read a book on design patterns or software architecture or Linux Kernel or I look at the code of others and either admire it or cringe. :P
There is plenty you can do to distract yourself long enough to shake the Zombie thing. Just do something related but different.
I'm finding the only constant in software development is change it self.
Yeah, it does all the stuff you need to make a 2D game (the game I mentioned was a Scorched Earth clone), but only graphics, nothing else (input, sound...) is implemented. I made a few demos with it after that, but then the mystery Sharpie marker wrote "retro" in my eyelids so I started making demos for stuff as old as ColecoVision.
But now my current "main project" is almost done; the next thing will most probably be using that engine.
I created custom control for panel.My requirment is it accepet only one control in it,for this in oncontroladded i wrote the code
it is working but i am getting "Child is not a child control of this parant"
You may want to do some research into what others think of certification and it's value in the market place. There are many ambiguous opinions on it's value towards employment, mind you any training is generally good to have.
I work for a medical aid company in South Africa and every year we go on training. We as developers can decide what we want to do and then we can submit our proposals and a voting takes place to see what we will be doing.
We develop in Magic E-Developer. I was wondering if there are any courses out there that is recommended, that any developer should attend. Last year we went for a 5 day testing training for developers, at test and data services. Testing is important, even if you are a developer. The year before that we went for a SQL tuning course.
I would appreciate it if you now of anything that will help us in development.