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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <Iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Sep 30 08:07AM -0700

Couple of observations
 
1 - they're called "baba pigs" - the chinese have a strange sense of humor
2 - are we in danger, in this country, of falling drastically behind in GE work compared to places like China, Japan and India where the "ethics" are far less shrill than what we hear from the worryprogs? Should this matter?
 
http://www.nature.com/news/gene-edited-micropigs-to-be-sold-as-pets-at-chinese-institute-1.18448
 
BGI in Shenzhen, the genomics institute that is famous for a series of high-profile breakthroughs in genomic sequencing, originally created the micropigs as models for human disease, by applying a gene-editing technique to a small breed of pig known as Bama. On 23 September, at the Shenzhen International Biotech Leaders Summit in China, BGI revealed that it would start selling the pigs as pets. The animals weigh about 15 kilograms when mature, or about the same as a medium-sized dog.
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <Iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Sep 30 08:15AM -0700

On Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 10:07:39 AM UTC-5, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
> 2 - are we in danger, in this country, of falling drastically behind in GE work compared to places like China, Japan and India where the "ethics" are far less shrill than what we hear from the worryprogs? Should this matter?
 
> http://www.nature.com/news/gene-edited-micropigs-to-be-sold-as-pets-at-chinese-institute-1.18448
 
> BGI in Shenzhen, the genomics institute that is famous for a series of high-profile breakthroughs in genomic sequencing, originally created the micropigs as models for human disease, by applying a gene-editing technique to a small breed of pig known as Bama. On 23 September, at the Shenzhen International Biotech Leaders Summit in China, BGI revealed that it would start selling the pigs as pets. The animals weigh about 15 kilograms when mature, or about the same as a medium-sized dog.
 
Meh - stupid typo
 
BAMA Pigs....not baba....
 
grumble
dotslashderek@gmail.com: Sep 30 08:34AM -0700

I mean, if your gonna frame it in political terms, I'd want to see just one piece of evidence or legislation pushed by the left that you think is reducing the amount of ge research going on in this country.
 
You know, something similar to the ban on funding stem cell research we got courtesy of the religicons a decade back. Which, you know, is something that actually happened rather than being some leap from folks wringing their hands about consuming gmos (which I don't agree with other than potential concerns about decreases in genetic diversity, but is still a long way off from anyone suggesting we somehow restrict ge research much less actual legislation or funding bans to enforce that in some way).
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <Iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Sep 30 08:37AM -0700

> I mean, if your gonna frame it in political terms, I'd want to see just one piece of evidence or legislation pushed by the left that you think is reducing the amount of ge research going on in this country.
 
Well, how about the pushback against golden rice? Doesn't have to be legislation - the endless lawsuits do just find as it is.

> You know, something similar to the ban on funding stem cell research we got courtesy of the religicons a decade back. Which, you know, is something that actually happened rather than being some leap from folks wringing their hands about consuming gmos (which I don't agree with other than potential concerns about decreases in genetic diversity, but is still a long way off from anyone suggesting we somehow restrict ge research much less actual legislation or funding bans to enforce that in some way).
 
No a fan of blocking stem cell research either, fwiw - and the same question can be asked as above.
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <Iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Sep 30 08:42AM -0700

On Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 10:38:02 AM UTC-5, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> Well, how about the pushback against golden rice? Doesn't have to be legislation - the endless lawsuits do just find as it is.
 
> > You know, something similar to the ban on funding stem cell research we got courtesy of the religicons a decade back. Which, you know, is something that actually happened rather than being some leap from folks wringing their hands about consuming gmos (which I don't agree with other than potential concerns about decreases in genetic diversity, but is still a long way off from anyone suggesting we somehow restrict ge research much less actual legislation or funding bans to enforce that in some way).
 
> No a fan of blocking stem cell research either, fwiw - and the same question can be asked as above.
 
jebsus - having tpynig porlbems toady I see
dotslashderek@gmail.com: Sep 30 09:46AM -0700

I honestly don't know about the golden rice pushback did a quick search and got as far as wiki, but I'll look closer later.
 
Interestingly, according to wiki the research and development of genetic enhancements to golden rice was paid for by the gates foundation which I suspect most people would characterize as a left leaning organization, which likely just indicates internal dissent on the issue, nothing new there.
 
Having acknowledged that I'm not familiar with the issue, I would also respectfully disagree on the idea that legislation isn't different from interest groups pressuring companies on some topic, I'm way more comfortable with the second even if they have the same sort of impact (the second allows a company to tell the hand wingers to go stuff themselves, and if that company isn't willing to risk the power of their collective stern disapproval some other company can come along and say hey I don't care bama pigs sound like a billion dollar idea!)
dotslashderek@gmail.com: Sep 30 09:54AM -0700

To sort of pull myself back to the point you actually made, sure it's possible for hand wringers to cause us to fall behind other nations, I suspect there are lots more examples of this like research into nuclear power generation, there may have been some impact on ge research because of the anti-gmo folks, certainly I would guess that legislation requiring labeling has reduced the amount of money corporations are willing to sink into go research, but I also suspect the overall impact has been negligible and that we still put more money into ge research as a country than the others you mentioned.
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <Iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Sep 30 09:57AM -0700

> I honestly don't know about the golden rice pushback did a quick search and got as far as wiki, but I'll look closer later.
 
Really? We did a thread on this post a couple years ago - and you commented
 
http://blog.psiram.com/2013/09/prof-potrykus-on-golden-rice/
 
https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!searchin/rec.sport.football.college/%22golden$20rice%22/rec.sport.football.college/W-xv1cA4-KQ/d9EC8uBlUCAJ
 
Anyhoo - just google "golden rice" just on this board - it's been a topic of discussion before
 
 
> Interestingly, according to wiki the research and development of genetic enhancements to golden rice was paid for by the gates foundation which I suspect most people would characterize as a left leaning organization, which likely just indicates internal dissent on the issue, nothing new there.
 
Sure - there are plenty of "liberals" who support GMOs - notably X who loves to troll his fb friends that way. But X is not a worryprog - nor are you for that matter.
 
> Having acknowledged that I'm not familiar with the issue, I would also respectfully disagree on the idea that legislation isn't different from interest groups pressuring companies on some topic, I'm way more comfortable with the second even if they have the same sort of impact (the second allows a company to tell the hand wingers to go stuff themselves, and if that company isn't willing to risk the power of their collective stern disapproval some other company can come along and say hey I don't care bama pigs sound like a billion dollar idea!)
 
I don't disagree with the above - otoh, even if there are no laws, the threat of legal actions can and does have deleterious effects on all sorts of projects - ranging from genetic engineering to power plants to pretty much everything in between.
 
And one of the risks, is moving projects offshore.
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <Iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Sep 30 09:59AM -0700

> To sort of pull myself back to the point you actually made, sure it's possible for hand wringers to cause us to fall behind other nations, I suspect there are lots more examples of this like research into nuclear power generation, there may have been some impact on ge research because of the anti-gmo folks, certainly I would guess that legislation requiring labeling has reduced the amount of money corporations are willing to sink into go research, but I also suspect the overall impact has been negligible and that we still put more money into ge research as a country than the others you mentioned.
 
Could be - for now.
 
But let me ask - what would the reaction domestically be if monsanto trotted out this little piggie? Would they receive a receptive audience or a hostile storm of teeth gnashing and lawsuits?
 
I'm thinking the latter - hands down.
 
Doing this sort of work overseas it a nation with more....."accomodating".....laws and whatnot has it's attractions.
 
I HOPE we stay at the forefront of GE and the like - but i"m not optimistic in the long run.
xyzzy <xyzzy.dude@gmail.com>: Sep 30 11:00AM -0700

On Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 12:59:46 PM UTC-4, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
> > To sort of pull myself back to the point you actually made, sure it's possible for hand wringers to cause us to fall behind other nations, I suspect there are lots more examples of this like research into nuclear power generation, there may have been some impact on ge research because of the anti-gmo folks, certainly I would guess that legislation requiring labeling has reduced the amount of money corporations are willing to sink into go research, but I also suspect the overall impact has been negligible and that we still put more money into ge research as a country than the others you mentioned.
 
> Could be - for now.
 
> But let me ask - what would the reaction domestically be if monsanto trotted out this little piggie? Would they receive a receptive audience or a hostile storm of teeth gnashing and lawsuits?
 
The answer is yes.
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <Iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Sep 30 11:09AM -0700

On Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 1:00:44 PM UTC-5, xyzzy wrote:
 
> > Could be - for now.
 
> > But let me ask - what would the reaction domestically be if monsanto trotted out this little piggie? Would they receive a receptive audience or a hostile storm of teeth gnashing and lawsuits?
 
> The answer is yes.
 
"This Little Piggie" would be a killer brand name here
 
I'm thinking the secret to acceptance for GMO pets is.......cats.
 
Get the feminists on board with kittayhz and you're golden.
jim brown <jimbrowndoc@yahoo.com>: Sep 30 11:16AM -0700

On Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 1:09:50 PM UTC-5, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> "This Little Piggie" would be a killer brand name here
 
> I'm thinking the secret to acceptance for GMO pets is.......cats.
 
> Get the feminists on board with kittayhz and you're golden.
 
 
Get one that doesn't shed or leave dander and I'll take one.
Some dued <theodoreward@gmail.com>: Sep 30 11:16AM -0700

Cats born sans claws?
Some dued <theodoreward@gmail.com>: Sep 30 11:06AM -0700

I was in the middle of a connection between Tulsa and Denver when the airlines I was flying on was shut down by the FAA. I had to spend the night in Dallas they did get me a flight the next day but they went under before they could reimburse me for my hotel room. I can't remember the name of the airlines now.
Eagle@bellsouth.net (J. Hugh Sullivan): Sep 30 03:18PM

On Wed, 30 Sep 2015 06:15:57 -0700 (PDT), JGibson
 
>Now, as I discovered back in May, computer science act=
>ually has more students majoring in it than engineering does.
 
Why do you sound surprised?
 
Hugh
medavis5@gmail.com: Sep 30 08:39AM -0700

On Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 11:18:17 AM UTC-4, J. Hugh Sullivan wrote:
> >ually has more students majoring in it than engineering does.
 
> Why do you sound surprised?
 
> Hugh
 
I have a computer science degree. It's really not worth that much these days. The vast majority of people doing "computer development" these days have no formal education in it. Not a good thing in my opinion, but a fact. My worth is much more from my experience than my degree.
xyzzy <xyzzy.dude@gmail.com>: Sep 30 08:45AM -0700


> > Why do you sound surprised?
 
> > Hugh
 
> I have a computer science degree. It's really not worth that much these days. The vast majority of people doing "computer development" these days have no formal education in it. Not a good thing in my opinion, but a fact. My worth is much more from my experience than my degree.
 
My degree is in Electrical Engineering. I never used it because I discovered that software engineering is a much easier field that pays just as well. Despite the fact that the only programming type course I took in college was the FORTRAN course that all freshman engineers had to take, I went right into a programming job and have been doing it successfully for over 25 years. Btw many of my peers have degrees in math, not computer science.
 
So yeah, a Computer Science degree is not needed to do computer science. I think you just need a basic logical and mathematical mindset. If nothing else the degree proves that you have that mindset and can do the work, which does have value but isn't the whole picture and isn't the only way to demonstrate it.
medavis5@gmail.com: Sep 30 08:59AM -0700

On Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 11:45:57 AM UTC-4, xyzzy wrote:
 
> > I have a computer science degree. It's really not worth that much these days. The vast majority of people doing "computer development" these days have no formal education in it. Not a good thing in my opinion, but a fact. My worth is much more from my experience than my degree.
 
> My degree is in Electrical Engineering. I never used it because I discovered that software engineering is a much easier field that pays just as well. Despite the fact that the only programming type course I took in college was the FORTRAN course that all freshman engineers had to take, I went right into a programming job and have been doing it successfully for over 25 years. Btw many of my peers have degrees in math, not computer science.
 
> So yeah, a Computer Science degree is not needed to do computer science. I think you just need a basic logical and mathematical mindset. If nothing else the degree proves that you have that mindset and can do the work, which does have value but isn't the whole picture and isn't the only way to demonstrate it.
 
Exactly. There are things I learned in computer science classes that, I believe, make me a better overall Programmer/Analyst in theory (Numerical Analysis, Operating System Architecture, How to write an Assembler and Link Editor, how to evaluate the cost of an algorithm, how to write various sorts based on need). Unfortunately, none of the skills are needed, except in the real computer wonk jobs.
Some dued <theodoreward@gmail.com>: Sep 30 10:54AM -0700

I was a good programmer before I went to college but I couldn't get a job as a programmer until I got a degree. This was in the late 80's early 90's I doubt too much has changed as far as entry level requirements, you can't just walk in off the street and say I want to be a programmer.
xyzzy <xyzzy.dude@gmail.com>: Sep 30 10:58AM -0700

On Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 1:54:08 PM UTC-4, Some dued wrote:
> I was a good programmer before I went to college but I couldn't get a job as a programmer until I got a degree. This was in the late 80's early 90's I doubt too much has changed as far as entry level requirements, you can't just walk in off the street and say I want to be a programmer.
 
Yeah, the degree is basically the programmer's union card.
Eagle@bellsouth.net (J. Hugh Sullivan): Sep 30 03:14PM

On Wed, 30 Sep 2015 07:43:42 -0700 (PDT), swangdb <swangdb@auburn.edu>
wrote:
 
>Never underestimate Richt's ability to blow a big game.
 
Winning is like golf. It's not "how", it's "how many".
 
Malzahn is one of the best offensive minds in the country and Muschamp
is one of the best defensive minds. You have had very good recruiting
classes. What do you think is wrong?
 
Hugh
swangdb <swangdb@auburn.edu>: Sep 30 10:32AM -0700

On Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 10:14:39 AM UTC-5, J. Hugh Sullivan wrote:
> is one of the best defensive minds. You have had very good recruiting
> classes. What do you think is wrong?
 
> Hugh
 
I don't know.
 
Maybe people are figuring out Malzahn's offense. People figured out how to defend the Wishbone, the West Coast and so on. Someone told me you have to spread the D too and everyone on the D has to be a good tackler when defending spread formation offenses.
 
Auburn's D is young. The old guys aren't that talented. The talented young guys aren't that experienced.
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"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <Iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Sep 30 10:24AM -0700

let the battles begin
 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11899018/Uber-faces-massive-crackdown-in-London.html
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Digest for alt.sports.soccer.manchester.united@googlegroups.com - 1 update in 1 topic

Paul Pot <PMD@SIBU.HQ>: Sep 29 07:56PM +0100

Chuck Spears laid this down on his screen :
> apply to the last poster in the thread.
 
> (I rule myself out, on the grounds that it's my first post and it's
> been very slow in this group, in the last few days.)
 
Whenever I'm bored I just throw the mutt a bone. Any more than that and
he starts leg-humping which inevitably ends in a pmd fetish and
stalking. Seen it many times over the years, same thing, different
kook. Bored with it. What we need is entertaining by a proper *troll*
who doesn't get too giddy and wet his pants.
 
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IT Recruiter| Ven Soft LLC

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CRM Dynamics Quality Analyst_NYC NY 6+months

Dear all,

 

Please let me know if you would be interested for the below mentioned

 

position, please send the resume to hemant.singh@infogium.com.


 

 

CRM Dynamics Quality Analyst

 

Location-NYC NY

 

Duration-6+months

 

Seeking an experienced CRM Dynamics QA & Tester who can create and execute test cases and be responsible for the overall quality of the Dynamics solution.

 

 

Responsibilities:

•       Thoroughly understand business requirements and functional specifications

•       Develop test strategy and create test plan in coordination with Project/Program Manager

•       Create test scenarios in line with requirements and agreed upon design solution

•       Create detail level test scripts for positive as well as negative scenarios

•       Maintain traceability matrix to ensure that all requirements have been taken care of

•       Suggest and implement best practices for quality testing

•       Execute the test cases and capture defects

•       Work with other team members in order to get the defects addressed and closed

•       Ensure that testing is concluded as per test plan and it meets all the exit criteria

•       Work with Project/Program manager and business users to conduct UAT test cycle

•       Be the point of contact for business team in case of any issues identified during testing

•       Prepare plan and execute sanity testing in Production during go live and subsequent releases

•       Provide post production testing support for bug fixes and changes that need to be migrated to production

•       Maintain all the documents related to system and user testing

 

Skill Requirements:

•       5+ years of experience working as system and/or functional tester

•       Experience with at least 3 projects related to CRM application (MS Dynamics strongly preferred)

•       Strong functional understanding of CRM entities

•       Should be able to perform basic SQL search query to test data and validate by comparing data between source system, SQL Server DB and CRM UI.

•       Should have performed integration testing and familiar with related challenges

•       Understanding of software development lifecycle

•       Proficiency with MS Office – Excel, Work and PowerPoint

•       Experience with automated testing is a plus but not required

•       Good written as well as verbal communication skills

 

Regards…..

Hemant Singh

Infogium Technologies, LLC

 


hemant.singh@infogium.com | Contact: +1-678-648-8258 | www.infogium.com

 

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Webfocus Developer required in TX

Hi,

 

Please find the requirement below and let me know your interest..

 

POSITION

Jr. WebFocus Developer

Dallas, TX

6 months CTH

 

Job Description:

 

The individual in this role must be an experienced, motivated UI developer who can design and build interactive, integrated, world class business intelligence solutions. The position requires a broad range of skills including leading meetings with business users, designing, building, and maintaining the solution in the production environment, prototyping new ideas and concepts, and working effectively with project teams. 

 

Primary Responsibilities

• Collaborate with business partners and IT leaders to define, design, build, test, and maintain interactive dashboards and reports 

• Collaborate with database developers to optimize performance of the BI solutions 

• Develop world class interactive dashboards and reports that simplify and streamline business reporting needs 

 

General Qualifications and Requirements

• Bachelor's degree from an accredited program in computer science, information technology, or other related field of study, or equivalent experience 

• 3-5+ years of UI design and development experience 

• 2-3 years Webfocus (version 7.6.x - 8.x) and/or Tableau (version 9.0) development experience (preferably experience with both tools) 

• Strong SQL coding skills 

• Strong HTML and Javascript coding skills 

• Strong presentation, team, and people skills 

• Effective verbal and written communications skills 

• Strong problem solving, analytical, and decision making skills 

• Relational database experience (Teradata and/or SQL Server experience a plus) 

• OLAP database experience (Essbase experience a plus) 

• Informatica experience a plus 

• Report Caster skills a plus 

• Ability to plan for and meet deadlines while working independently 

• Handle a multiple responsibilities simultaneously with competing priorities

 

Thanks & Regards,

 

Shilpi Bist || shilpi.bist@net2source.com

Net2Source, Inc.

Direct:  201-479-3722 || 201-340-8700 Ext 509

Gtalk: shilpi.recruiter1 || Yahoo: shilpi.recruiter

Website : www.net2source.com

 

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Immediate Need: Network Engineer-CA

Hello,

Please let me know if you have any consultant available for the below role,

Job Title:     Network Engineer
Location:     Foothill ranch ,CA
Duration:     6 months possible extension
 
9+Years of experience.
 
Candidates must have the following:
Current CCNA certification and CCNP certifications a plus.
Extensive knowledge and experience of Core Routing and Switching design, configuration, and troubleshooting, and usage of Cisco Products and

Best Practices in:
Routing protocols OSPF, RIP, ISIS, BGP, EIGRP
WAN connectivity such as T1/T3, DS3, OC3, OC12, Metro-Ethernet
Configuration of TCAM based L3/L2 switches
802.1Q VLANs, LACP, and LLDP
MPLS traffic engineering design, configuration, and troubleshooting



Pl  Please send your resumes to Steven.smith@panzersolutions.com for immediate consideration

Thanks,
Steven Smith

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Multiple requirements with our direct client

 

HI,

Hope you are doing great!!!!




Need Java Developer Malvern, PA Full Time only GC or Citizens
Sr Java lead  Atlanta, GA Need 10+ yrs profiles with Java, Groovy, Grails, Angular JS experience must
Need Project Manager  with BA Dearborn, Michigan  US Citizen OR GC
Need Data Modeler and ETL NYC  US Citizen OR GC
ETL Datastage Developer Eden Prairie, MN  US Citizen OR GC
Senior Java Developer Louisville, KY (Local candidate only)
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kalyan@zodiac-solutions.com or 484-427-2465

Please follow for updated requirements http://kalyankumarzodiacsolutions.blogspot.in

Don't just dump the resumes just make sure the consultants have experience on below skills.


 



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