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Here are the top ten articles for the Computer Careers Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Work Schedules for Programmers
Find out why (and when) programmers shouldn't have to work set schedules.
2. 62 Projects To Make With A Dead Computer Review
62 Projects To Make With A Dead Computer by Randy Sarafan is a fun and useful book on recycling ewaste while making crafts and projects for you and your home.
3. Soap Opera Testing
Soap Opera testing is a fun, creative and effective type of scenario testing.
4. Steamboat Pilot Captain Minnie Hill
Captain Minnie Hill was the first woman sternwheeler captain in the West and an excellent example of a pioneering woman who remained true to herself.
5. Thoughts on Professional Treatment in Computing
Being a professional encompasses both how you act and how others treat you. What kind of treatment should computing professionals expect in the workplace?
6. How To Determine Metrics Using GQM
GQM is a simple yet powerful method of choosing appropriate metrics for projects and processes and is particularly common in software development.
7. Using Split to Transfer Large Files
Need to send a large file while dealing with file size limits or get a sample from a large file? Split to the rescue!
8. Your Online Job Portfolio
Create an online job portfolio to show hiring managers your skills. Read more...
9. Professional Benefits of Geeky Hobbies
Do you need to have geeky hobbies to make it in a computer career? Does it help?
10. Computer Careers Shop
The Computer Careers Shop contains items to advance your professional career and continuing education as well as fun items to improve your geek credibility.
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