What would you do?
That is the question I keep asking myself now.
I have a good stable job in a large company but the salary is average. I was offered to go back to my previous company who is willing to pay me 100% more then what I am earning now.
My problem is I love what I do now and the career path it promises in the long run but I need more cash to fix my personal life and to save for my future use. I have always worked to gain experiance and not the salary but I feel now I need to start looking at the dollars instead. In my current position it will take me 3 years to work my way up to the salary currently being offered to me.
What would you do?
Short intro to Gaim,
Gaim is a multi-protocol instant messaging (IM) client for Linux, BSD, MacOS X, and Windows. It is compatible with AIM and ICQ (Oscar protocol), MSN Messenger, Yahoo!, IRC, Jabber, Gadu-Gadu, SILC, Novell GroupWise Messenger, Lotus Sametime, and Zephyr networks. Gaim has the ability to connect to multiple IM services at the same time which greatly improved the IM experiance for the end users.
Gaim no more, but Pidgin.
Gaim is now known as Pidgin. The name change was a result of the long awaited settlement between AOL and Gaim. This was a long process and no beta releases were made public during this period due to legal implications.
“Pidgin” was a name deliberately chosen. See what it means, Pidgin at Wikipedia
The official release Pidgin 2.0.0 will be released in the coming weeks.
Alan had come up with a few new design for his T’s and a whole new page to go with them.
Check them out at;
The Danesh Project received a shoutout at the Cheques Gallery.
This is the first shoutout I have received so far. Hopefully I start seeing more moving forward.
Check it out at Cheques Gallery
SUSE/Novell is currently running a survey for openSUSE 10.2 distribution and the openSUSE project. Participate in the survey and you stand a chance to win a 1GB USB drive and a 80GB portable HDD.
openSUSE 10.2 Survey