>>I think you have a seriously elevated view of your course. I know from
>experience that graduating from a CS course doesn't make you a great
>programmer and teaches you nothing at all about system administration.
>Completing a CS course gives you a framework to use.
Maybe if you had done a proper CS course in UCC you'd be a
great programmer! :)
>You don't want to admit that and instead yap at people you don't want to
>admit know more than you do. One that springs to mind is telling one of
>the people responsible for much of the Linux to Vax port that he needed to
>grow his Unix beard. Other examples include insulting people who have a
>track record of been helpful and comprehensive with their information
>(including your postings) where as your track record indicates been
>unhelpful, rude and extremly defensive even when you were the original
>poster. There is a few examples of threads that go like
>>1. BoD posts asking for input on something
>2. Various people respond
>3. BoD responds attacking the respnses often concluded the posters are
>arseholes with a superiourity complex
>>> I'm off to do some work now ok?
>>>>I'm sure it's stellar work.
>MSc Student, University of Limerick
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