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Discussion in 'Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems' started by JIMRUBEL, Nov 16, 2018.

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  1. N0NB

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    MCSE--Minesweeper Consultant Solitaire Expert.

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  2. N0NC

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    I stayed with Windows 7 till the old computer crashed and burned, now using Widows 10,(bit only for ham radio programs.) For every thing else I use Devuan Linux (used to be Debian until Lennert and his crowd corrupted it.).
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  3. THISHARA4210

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    I am using now GBWhatsapp For Android App here and I think this is one of the best app.
  4. KT1F

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    Discussion about that sort of thing here that specifically mentions Texas.

    Also this:
    "Texas is becoming a laughingstock of the global high-technology community," said Steve Taylor, director of corporate affairs for Applied Materials.

    It sounds like there has been a law change after that article in 2003.

    "Engineer" is such a vague term. I can understand restrictions on prefixing that with "Certified" or "Licensed" or whatever the local jurisdiction uses to basically say "we think this guy is safe to do dangerous things" but a restriction on simply calling yourself an "engineer" seems a bit dictatorial.

    That said, my employer calls me a "software engineer" but I've never been comfortable with that title. Some of that is personally historical. I started doing an engineering degree but for various reasons switched to science after the first year but then got into software as a job. Almost 40 years later I'm finally an "engineer" which is something I don't really feel entitled to call myself :)
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  5. F8BDX

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    Dual Boot Linux Mint 19, Windows XP Pro


    I use Windows 10 free WPS Office
    Once I used a Linux distributor (Linux Mint and Debian)

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