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Old 26th August 2003, 17:04   #11
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It was a combination of:
- ultrasecure firewall settings (tiny personal firewall version 3 has xtreme settings)
- NTFS security
- dust and heat

another afternoon down the drain
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Old 26th August 2003, 17:08   #12
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need a professional IT in your company?
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Old 26th August 2003, 17:38   #13
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need a professional IT in your company?
HW & SW problems are quickly resolved ... most of the time.

Need for a trained mysql & php programmer for building up an entirely new managing program : clients and their very extensive database + personel + documentation centre + legislation + easy fill in method & transport + remote access + easy managebility (?) ... will be for next year or so. I have a meeting about that this thursday.

Thx you for your free offer
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wasn't referring to myself with professional IT
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HW & SW problems are quickly resolved ... most of the time.

Need for a trained mysql & php programmer for building up an entirely new managing program : clients and their very extensive database + personel + documentation centre + legislation + easy fill in method & transport + remote access + easy managebility (?) ... will be for next year or so. I have a meeting about that this thursday.

Thx you for your free offer
You can have me for free from 01/2004 till 06/2004. I'm looking for a place to be a trainee (stage).
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check www.cssnv.be
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You can have me for free from 01/2004 till 06/2004. I'm looking for a place to be a trainee (stage).
Thx, if you need a usefull (!) project for final exams, lemme know ! I have 2 close friends that are into programming and they will do the checkup/follow up. Haven't found sufficient time for task - description, which is 50% of the actual work.

I'm tired of looking at brochures of crappy software and their outrageous pricetags ... and i'm tired of making self-made & totally unprofessional solutions, but they work 24/7 and the cost = only my time.
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No problem, a usefull project with some checkup is all I ask. If you need my CV I'll send it after my exams. I don't know PHP, but i'm a quick study.

Only drawback is I would have to commute between your work and leuven. Is it accessible by train?
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Commute ? You do your work in Leuven, that's easier ... and besides, i don't have a spare seat for you at work

I'll know more after thursday. There should be a bunch of people trying to construct something likewise, but they are already trying it for sooooooo long i think it will; or never finish, or be completly outdated when it's done.

I'll mail you friday.
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Work at home? Excellent, yet another excuse to upgrade my hardware.

No seriously, i will have to commute a lot the first week(s). Everything needs to be outlined perfectly before i can get to the actual programming. I'll await your email.
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