Python & the job market

Dang Griffith google0 at lazytwinacres.net
Tue Mar 16 23:42:03 CET 2004


On several occasions in the past, Aahz wrote:
A: No.
Q: Is top-posting okay?

On Sun, 14 Mar 2004 18:23:14 GMT, "kbass" <kbass at midsouth.rr.com>
wrote:
>"DilbertFan" <steveb428pleaseremovethis at hotmail.com> wrote in message
>news:ct05c.10019$V26.2708 at newssvr27.news.prodigy.com...
>> Do what you love and the money will follow. It works.   Don't worry about
>> jobs.
>> Read something on metaphysics that talks about how abundance flows to you
>> when you simply engage in something that is fun and allows the kid in you,
>> or the Spirit in you, or whatever, to play and to create great stuff.
>>
>> If you give yourself to other through your talent,  (and the more you enjoy
>> what you're doing, the more value you're giving to everyone who makes use of
>> your creation), the more value comes right back to you.
>> If you don't like the spiritual angle here, than read Quantum Physics about
>> how we create our reality through intentions and thoughts, like The
>> Holographic Universe by Talbot.  If you're 'buzzing' through the joy of
>> engaging in your passion, you may naturally attract abundance by other
>> completely unrelated means if doesn't come through programming, or it may
>> come directly from this area.
>>
>> Closer to home, read what Bruce Eckel wrote about Doing what you love:
>> http://mindview.net/WebLog/log-0037
>>
>
>Strangely enough, I have taken on that philosophy in my life and it had lead
>me to the love of doing database architecture and development as a career.
>:)  Using Python or any other programming language would assist me in my
>continued endeavor.

Not so strange.  I would think that doing anything other than that
would be strange.
    --dang



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