Here are 13 Free and Affordable Online Computer Programming Courses

When you can’t think of a good reason to continue on your current path, you need a reason to start over. Food banks systems are being stretched to their limits. Many food bank systems just can’t keep supplies in inventory because they are being given away as fast as they are supplied. Food insecurity is a symptom of a greater problem exacerbated by the coronavirus outbreak – cataclysmic levels...

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Here Are the Salaries of 2 “Essential” Telecommuting Jobs – Apply Now

If a job becomes an identity for an employed person, what happens when mass unemployment becomes the reality? What becomes of identity where there is a severe dearth of jobs? What to do then? Over 40 million Americans have lost their jobs since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. There aren’t many options available now for people looking for work. Especially if you were formerly employed in...

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Update: Sept 11-17

This week has been busy busy busy! I’ve been trying to stay on top of school work, work work, and applying for post-school-work and Brian has been away on business (*shakes fist*). It’s really helped that we’ve set a routine to deal with un-routine weeks like these. The cleaning still gets done because Brian knows what days he’s cleaning, and can reschedule and communicate...

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Live your dream – so you don’t end up like this guy…

Live your dream, follow your passion, computer science
There’s a guy at my work who takes care of all the computer-related stuff for the lab.  Let’s call him Jack, short for Jackass. Jack’s in his late thirties or early forties, has two young kids and recently made the manager “manager” level.  So he gets paid about 50-55k per year, but he does get a gold plated pension and benefit package thanks to working for the university. ...

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