On Jun 17, 2011, at 07:30 , Ilias Lazaridis wrote:

> On 17 Ϧ, 11:59, Ryan Davis <ryand-r... / zenspider.com> wrote:
>> On Jun 16, 2011, at 23:49 , David Masover wrote:
> 
> [...] - (story of Mr. Masover's live, which I've not read)
> 
>>> So as rude and arrogant as he is, and as little as he deserves (or wants) my
>>> pity, it's kind of painful for me to see Ilias making the exact same mistakes
>>> I did, and then grew out of -- and frustrating when he refuses to hear a word
>>> of it.
>> 
>>> [...the actually interesting bits...]
>> 
>>> Hopefully this is useful, or at least interesting. Thanks for your patience,
>>> whoever's actually read this far. At the very least, now you see why it's so
>>> hard for me to actually not feed this troll.
> 
> Wow, this (off-topic, off-context, my-personal-experiences-to-others-
> by-brute-force) Troll is really a special one.
> 
> Get serious, Mr. Masover.
> 
> The only troll you feed is yourself.
> 
> And it seems that I make you very hungry.
> 
>> Yeah... but...
>> 
>> % curl -shttp://legacy.lazaridis.com/resumes/lazaridis.html| grep -i years
>>         <li>20 years - Solving Technical Problems Abstractly </li>
>>         <li>18 years - IT Business </li>
>>         <li>15 years - Software Developement </li>
>>         <li>12 years - Product Management </li>
>>         <li>10 years - Digital Electronic Design </li>
>>         <li>05 years - Public System Analysis (Open Source Domain) </li>
>> 
>> (not that I believe Ilias)
> 
> $ CopyAndPaste -shttp://lazaridis.com/244.html
> 
> 25 years - IT Business, Solving Technical Problems Abstractly
> 15 years - Software Developement
> 10 years - Digital Electronic Design & Product Management
> 05 years - Public System Analysis (Open Source Domain)

One problem ilias... that's _not_ a resume (resumes actually mention companies) and nobody here believes a word of it. You couldn't code yourself out of a wet paper bag if your life depended on it (in _any_ language).