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  1. In Topic: An object reference is required when doing...

    Posted 9 May 2013

    View Postmodi123_1, on 08 May 2013 - 02:38 PM, said:

    All your methods seem to have 'static' modifiers except one... perhaps make that one like the others?

    I have tried this, it does not work for some reason.

    View Postandrewsw, on 08 May 2013 - 02:53 PM, said:

    FWIW From the code you have shown your Redirect method seems slightly redundant, apart from discarding the second boolean argument. Why not just call Response.Redirect()? To avoid confusion I would, personally, give this method a slightly different name as well.

    Good point, but whern I put the response.redirect inside the CheckAnswers() I receive the same error
  2. In Topic: Dream Job?

    Posted 4 Sep 2012

    +Developer or Manager of Development team for ESPN.
    +200K a year
    +Company automatically puts 5% into my retirement
    +Office with a nice view, and a comfortable chair
    +Casual dress code
  3. In Topic: Salary Negotiations

    Posted 4 Sep 2012

    I'm in the same situation myself, so I applied for other jobs. I will provide a little background information about my current job:

    -3 miles from my house
    -flexible hours but need to be in the office 40 hours a week :(
    -car pool with the fiance
    -@60K a year
    -2 trips a year, just got back from Florida couple months ago, heading to Vegas Sunday on the company dime

    Now I have applied for other jobs, but they require atleast 20-40mins driving one way.

    If I was you I would apply for other positions and see if you actually get an offer and if so, then take it from there. If your current employer needs/wants you that bad, they will try their best to keep you. If not, then be ready to leave.

    When applying for the new position give them an amount you want to be paid.

    Then after you get the offer you will need to sit down and compare each job. Its not always the money, its benefits, retirement, travel, work hours, drive to and from work, are you gaining experience in a new field, technology, etc.

    best of luck

    Oh and everyone always wants to be paid more!!!!

    Also when you ask for more money have a list to show what you have accomplished, how you have gone above and beyond your job description, and it does not hurt if you can show them how you saved them money.

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