From: lee gunton (leegunton1_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-06-08 10:52:54
Where would I be able to chat to VC++ developers in an
environment like this then.
--- Darin Adler <darin_at_[hidden]> wrote: > On
Friday, June 8, 2001, at 08:02 AM,
> leegunton1_at_[hidden] wrote:
> > I know all of you probably hate recruitment
> consultants but I would
> > like to say I am different. I want to be able to
> represent people
> > like you better than any one else. To do that I
> need to understand
> > everything to do with C++ and VC++. I dont need
> towrite it or to
> > understand it but just to know what it does and
> what tools/compilers
> > run along side them.
> > For instance what is the difference between Com
> and Dcom?
> > Why do companies pay VC++ developers more than C++
> developers when
> > all that VC++ is is bits of C++ code strung
> together( I know it is a
> > very simplified determination but hey what more do
> you want)?
> > Where are all the good guys in the market like you
> > I want to be able to come in here and ask for help
> in the C++ and
> > VC++ field without being looked down at.
> This is off topic for the boost list.
> This is not a mailing list for "help in the C++ and
> VC++ field" or one for
> people who want answers to questions like "what is
> the difference between
> Com and Dcom?". It's a mailing list for discussing
> the use and development
> of the boost library.
> Please find somewhere else to do your basic
> -- Darin
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