What's your job and do you like it?

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Aug 7, 2010 12:59:02 AM via App

android developer, thats cool. What's a good resource that would introduce someone to developing android apps?
Glad to hear you like your job.
Phil

Aug 7, 2010 6:49:57 AM via App

I sell phones (can really say where) but its an awesome job..you should check google app inventor if u want to make apps

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Aug 9, 2010 3:30:07 PM via Website

khairo
my job is to study,study and study all day long... :-)

but my ambition is to become an aerospace engineer

I don't know if you have this site but I'll pass it along,

http://www.unitedspacealliance.com/

This is the hiring website for Nasa Kennedy Space center. This was given to me by a 10 year safety inspector for Nasa and it's focused of college grads.

Cheers,
Phil

Aug 10, 2010 12:14:27 PM via Website

My job is everything Android. It's good work, it pays the bills, and it is usually very interesting. The best part are the projects. I like Android, I like technical stuff, so it fits my likes. Sometimes I feel like it absorbs me more than I want it to though.

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Aug 11, 2010 10:52:59 AM via Website

Jrod W
I'm a sales Rep for MillerCoors. do I like it? lol

So what exactly does that mean? Do you get free beer or something? I lived in the US, and I think if you do get free beer, and that is the main draw, you should think about moving to Germany for their beer.

Aug 11, 2010 7:56:51 PM via App

its not so much the free beer as its the fact that everyone loves the beer Guy. and I hear about every party in a 200 mile radius

Aug 13, 2010 3:40:53 AM via App

I mostly go to accounts like bars or clubs and talk to the employees and customers. then I use a program specially designed for my Droid to send an order to my warehouse. Funny how even this story involved my moto droid.

Aug 13, 2010 12:37:37 PM via App

I wash up dishes and clean up in a restaurant kitchen and yes - I do like it.

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Aug 14, 2010 7:39:09 PM via App

Im a computer and laser printer repair technician. Yes i love fixing computer equipment but because printers are so cheap now i cant earn enough money.

Aug 15, 2010 4:39:11 AM via Website

At one time I was a computer repair technician too. But now I'm a CNC machinist. It's interesting work sometimes and pays the bills, but what I really love is game programming. I'm trying to get going making android games in my spare time.

Aug 15, 2010 3:50:18 PM via App

anyway, i used to work as 'flyers distributor' during past school holidays.. i had to distrubute 2000 flyers and my pay was just about 1sgd per 100 copies.. i couldnt finish distributing all of it, afraid of being scolded, i purposely gave each person 2-3 pieces! even worst,i threw away all the remainings !! hahaha!

peace out there !

Aug 16, 2010 12:13:54 PM via Website

Jeremiah McLeod
At one time I was a computer repair technician too. But now I'm a CNC machinist. It's interesting work sometimes and pays the bills, but what I really love is game programming. I'm trying to get going making android games in my spare time.

I saw a story on the BBC (i think it was), about a guy in the US who gave up his day job to develop apps for the iTunes market. He advertised his services as an app developers, offering to make an app for people that had a good idea, but couldn't program it themselves. I think he took a percentage or something like that from every sale. It was interesting to watch. I looked for it but couldn't find it =/

Aug 17, 2010 7:30:40 AM via Website

Douglas Carter
Jeremiah McLeod
At one time I was a computer repair technician too. But now I'm a CNC machinist. It's interesting work sometimes and pays the bills, but what I really love is game programming. I'm trying to get going making android games in my spare time.

I saw a story on the BBC (i think it was), about a guy in the US who gave up his day job to develop apps for the iTunes market. He advertised his services as an app developers, offering to make an app for people that had a good idea, but couldn't program it themselves. I think he took a percentage or something like that from every sale. It was interesting to watch. I looked for it but couldn't find it =/

Thats pretty cool, I can't quit my job right now. But who knows what will happen :)