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    Default Re: Anyone wants to work in Botswana, Africa?

    Quote Originally Posted by ryosae View Post
    :|
    r u seriousss?
    whoaaa i wanttt
    any finance side opening?
    *grin
    Sorry, only need software engineers and system engineers
    Didn't know so many people interested to go there. I don't feel like going back there

    I'll post some pic of botswana in the cityscape when I'm free.

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    Default Re: Anyone wants to work in Botswana, Africa?

    software engineers or programmers? or programmers using the title of software engineer?
    “How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler

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    Default Re: Anyone wants to work in Botswana, Africa?

    Quote Originally Posted by yanyewkay View Post
    software engineers or programmers? or programmers using the title of software engineer?
    programmer = programmer
    software engineer = programmer + system engineer + security engineer :bsimilie:

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    Hey Jaycelim


    Sorry all my photos are on slide format and also dunno where they are! Also dunno how to convert to digital.

    If you like ruggedness and natural beauty - You gotta get out to the Delta/Tsodillo Hills. Although it was over 10 years ago when I was last there.

    Okavaga Delta - stay in one of the lodges - had some great boat trips on the delta

    Tsodillo Hills, Khalahari - Spent 1.5 months building a road and doing conservation work. The rocks are alive - pure magic combined with wilderness and 2 tribes (Bantu who run the area and Mmbukushu - who are a minor tribe)! If you like ancient art, this is the place to go and camp out a couple of days (ref Laurence Van der Post). There is a mountain called the Father - it is v.exposed. There are several other rocky outcrops called the Mother, Child and Baby. Bantu folklore has it that a man and woman landed on the Mother and were the first humans on the Earth.

    Anyway if you do decide to camp there - if things have not changed - would advise you register with the Bantu tribe - otherwise may get a gun to the head (as a rekkie from our camp did!!!).

    P.S. I write login scripts for AD using ADSI/WMI. Also am a SQL DBA + developer plus write in various flavours of VB. Have worked as a business analyst for a number of financial instituations. Do I qualify for the role? I would love to go back to the hills to see how they've changed (hopefully they haven't)

    Cape Town is a great place but Tsodillo is magic!

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