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I'm a software/web consultant.

I like looking through the server logs mid-day to see who's browsing the main site (we don't keep statistics on forum usage). It's always a bunch of people using their work office as their ISP, and as such, the name of their employer pops up.

State Farm employs a lot of golfers. So too does the US DOJ.
LL
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I'm in the Air Force, but can't view the forum at work...
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Youth pastor... I can spend WAY too much time at TST. Its "ministry" (visualize Chris Farley doing air quotes).
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I work for Intel. I designed motherboards for new chipsets for quite a few years, and now I work as an application engineer in the field.
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I am the cart a cart staff manager at my golf course and I am only 15 almost 16.
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I'm a Project Manager at a large blue technology monolith.
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my title is systems audit specialist. right now, i'm leading a little project called sarbanes-oxley. actually, it's not so little and yes, my life sucks.
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I am assistant parts manager at a acura dealership. I can view the fourm all day long.
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High School Teacher. English - of course. I do most of my viewing at home, but sometimes (like right now) I view it at school.
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Originally Posted by iacas
State Farm employs a lot of golfers.
Guilty as charged.

It's good to know I'm not the only State Farm employee playing on the net at work.

And by the way, just for topic's sake, I am a sales associate for State Farm Insurance. I sell auto, fire, health, life, and bank products.
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SQL Server DBA + 4GL Programming. Scary, doing it for 13 years already, since Sybase SQL Server 1.0 , IBM OS/2 1.0, Powerbuilder 2.0a... oh the memories
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Originally Posted by muda
my title is systems audit specialist. right now, i'm leading a little project called sarbanes-oxley. actually, it's not so little and yes, my life sucks.
My condolences. Those two senators never had a clue the impact of what they were doing. They gave all of the out of work accountants from Anderson jobs auditing for the problems they caused! Go figure.

I'm an IT Project Manager/Developer at a semiconductor company. Mostly SQL Server (props to Rafcin), VB, etc.
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Wow, a lot of IT guys............cough nerds cough..........just kidding, don't hurt me.

I'm a college student, majoring in sororities if you catch my drift.
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Sybase DBA soon to be Oracle DBA.
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Motherboard Design

Originally Posted by kgk
I work for Intel. I designed motherboards for new chipsets for quite a few years, and now I work as an application engineer in the field.
Hi KGK,
I found you while searching for motherboard designers on the internet. I know that you are no longer designing but I was hoping that you could point us in the right direction.

I am at Apple Computer and was hoping you could help us by giving us a lead or two for an excellent motherboard (EE) architect/designer. The job is based in Cupertino, CA at our headquarters. If you want to see a job description I will be happy to email one to you. Can you help at all?

If there is anything at all that I can do for you, please let me know.

Thanks!
Jay Fischer
Apple Computer Inc.
Office (408) 974-9447
Cell (408) 439-3771
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Student.

College Student Athlete
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BrewCity Milwaukee says waves Hello!

Hello to all,

I am a project manager for a Event Productions company, most of our events are the Majors of Golf.

Kenny
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Originally Posted by EVENT SOLUTIONS
Hello to all,

I am a project manager for a Event Productions company, most of our events are the Majors of Golf.

Kenny
Had a look at your site. Nice stuff.
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