|Danny Albers (Danny)
|Posted on Thursday, June 22, 2000 - 7:54 pm: |
4 years experience managing technical service staff of between 2 and 10 ten technicians
A+ Certified PC Technician by CompTIA www.comptia.org
7 Years experience in PC and LAN Troubleshooting
Some Laser Printer repair training and experience
2 Years Experience in NT Server 4.0
1 Year Experience in Novell 3.12
Able to install and configure Linux and Linux Applications
Have personally built over 500 computers in the past 2 years
Full resume available by fax, email me at email@example.com if you are interested.
Prefer to work in a fast paced, challenging enviroment. Hours of operation not important. Within driving distance of North Bay preffered, but would relocate for any outstanding opportunity.
|Posted on Monday, June 26, 2000 - 10:35 pm: |
This has nothing to do with computers, and sorry, I'm not offering you a job, but do you actally live in North Bay? I stayed there about a week ago in the Best Western on Lakeshore Drive and couldn't find anything to do in the town. My big question about the place was, and maybe you could fill me in here, "What the heck do people do in the winter?!?" I figure that it has to be so cold that no one could ever leave there house!
|Danny Albers (Danny)
|Posted on Tuesday, June 27, 2000 - 6:18 am: |
Thats why we have Northern Women. Leave the house?!?!?!?!? Why would I want to do that? :)
Actually, North Bay gets to about -40 celcius in the winter, but only occassionaly, our average winter day is only about 10 degrees colder than Toronto.
If you are not from here, it is a little difficult to find things to do. Next time you are coming to town, let me know, and I am sure I can suggest a few things.
The reason I like it here so much is because, for a smaller city, we do have a fair amount of activities. We have a Ski Hill, small but its there, movie theatres, decent bar life (if you know where to go and you like bars), lots of organized sports, excellent parks, a 20 mile bike/rollerblade trail, Canada's largest used book store.
The fishing and hunting here is great. The crime rate is low, and we are within 4 hours of both Toronto and Ottawa.
Excellent concerts come here, for example the Guess Who. Many major centers did not get placed on that tour.
There is an arts Centre that gets just about every decent travelling show to stop in for a night.
I occassionally race stock cars at our quarter mile oval race track, which also features the odd demolition derby.
There is a new skateboard park downtown, the mall has all the requesite stores (gap type places). As well, Sudbury is an hour's drive and there is lots to do there to.
Like I said, give me an email if you are coming this way again, I would be happy to point out a few things for you.
|Posted on Tuesday, June 27, 2000 - 11:48 pm: |
Well, I only stay there one night a year -- just a layover for a fishing trip on Lake Kippawa. Hoping to stay in Temiskaming next year, though. That town seems even harder to deal with, as everyone speaks French, but it is closer to my destination. To each his own, and I am sure you love your town -- it does seem like a nice little town -- but I still think I would go insane trying to live there.