Thread: Your Skillset!
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03-04-2003, 09:46 AM #1
How about a nice listing of everyone's skill set.. I think it would be fun
- SQL (mySQL)
- Networking (Almost to the Cisco Certification)
- Microsoft Office
- Macromedia Dreamweaver
- ASP 2
- Web Services (XML-RPC)
Novice / Learning
- Macromedia Flash
Wasn't that interesting? ;P Im interested in knowing about everyone else's abilities
03-04-2003, 10:59 AM #2
- DOS Batch files
DOS desktop operating system
Basic (GW et al)
QEdit (the SST of text editors)
Control 3 (the SST or directory managers)
Survival (living alone)
- Irfanview (basic image tweaking)
Survival (living with others)
Novice / Learning
Survival (living with morons for leaders)
(Will come back to update when memories revisit me.)
Last edited by benzden; 03-07-2003 at 07:24 PM.
- DOS Batch files
03-04-2003, 04:18 PM #3
Heh. Good idea.
- PHP (>4)
- SQL Server
- SCO Unix OpenServer
- SCO Unixware
- SCO OpenLinux
- NT/2k Networking / Web Services
- SCO VisionFS
- 'old school' ASP
- Visual Basic
I think thats it. The beginner list is probably bigger, but I have dipped my toe in so much stuff its pushed the old stuff outa my brain :/
03-04-2003, 04:51 PM #4
Everyone else seems to have a bigger one than me but here goes:
- Copy writing (I think this one is valid?)
- Falling over in public
- TFC (engy)
- Pascal (the memory is vague but I used to be good at it!)
- TFC (soly)
- TFC (snipe)
I included the individual graphics editors because each is a different skill of sorts...oh, ok, I admit it...it's padding
EDIT 3/6: Following an unfortunate combination of circumstances earlier today (handling CSS with brain in neutral) I've downgraded my CSS from Intermediate to Novice as a form of self-punishment.
Last edited by Mikailus; 03-06-2003 at 06:47 PM.
03-04-2003, 04:55 PM #5
Heh. TFC... visit my clan www.clan-nsa.dk its a sniperclan, quite wellknown in the sniper community.
I have started [NcSA] now, tho. Counter-Strike www.clan-nsa.dk/ncsa
03-04-2003, 05:17 PM #6
Hate CS and sniping...but only because I'm so bad at both. Maybe we could get an anti-skillset thread going? Things we're all really bad at?
03-05-2003, 11:45 PM #7
LOL @ B
I don't live well with others all that great.. im fine by myself, or with my current girlfriend... but the ex's, I couldn't live with them, nor could I survive with my parents (probably why im not there anymore lol)
03-07-2003, 11:31 AM #8
Dreamweaver (v2 )
Creating Text Effects (Photoshop)
Photoshop (Actual Graphic Creation)
03-07-2003, 03:16 PM #9
One of the best advantages of living alone is being answerable only to one person - and then, half the time, I can ignore him, too.
03-07-2003, 06:31 PM #10
Anyone out there who still remembers how to write DOS batch files?
03-07-2003, 06:41 PM #11
Heh. Yeah, I have to write DOS batch files/ftp scripts for work.
never thought to include it
03-07-2003, 07:27 PM #12
I still use dozens of the hundreds I have in my DOS drive - have my own freeware DOS desktop operating system that's available for download at http://download.jamrent.com - use it and two F10/40 Daisy Wheel printers every day.
03-07-2003, 07:41 PM #13
We still use OKI dot-matrix printers @ work After using an inkjet, you really realise how economical they are.
03-07-2003, 08:41 PM #14
The typewriter platened Daisy Wheel printers are best for positioning forms to print wherever one wants - a character, word, line, paragraph or page at a time. I have a Canon BJC 2100 that is hardly ever used but is handy for nicer printer - would have used it a lot more when my business was going.
Have three dot matrix printers up in the attic ($1500 each) that aren't used at all any more.
Had even written my own proportional printing program for the Daisy Wheel (in proportional mode with appropriate print wheels) that created blocked left and right margin output much like magazines where you could hardly tell where the extra spacing was placed to have the right margin blocked. Had been told that ability came with the printer when I paid $1500 for it back in 1982 - needless to say, no one in the company knew of such a program or how to program it. Was able to put out a very nice looking newsletter with that printer and my dumb old TRS 80 Model I back in the 1980s.
03-08-2003, 02:14 AM #15
This is a good topic......
I'm advanced in finding information.
I'm intermediate in using the info.
I'm a beginner into turning those abilities into an occupation.
Seriously, I'm pretty well intermediate in HTML, XHTML, CSS and knowing what colours in what quantities go together.
Everything else, I'll just cut and past, or leave to somebody else to figure out. To me, it's the visuals.
I'm no computer whiz, I like to know just enough to tell when a salesman thinks I'm a mark.