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November 26, 2008, 03:15

Aquestion, no, I don't think you need a formal education at all to work with computers. I am my own university. Google probably went through my blog, saw that I am really good with programming and really passionate about it and invited me.

Eric Wendelin, thanks for your offer. :)

Walt, I will, thanks!

davee, I am sure it was not a problem. Recruiter would have told me about it. He was a superb guy.

Andris Biedrins, no, they did not have the courtesy to tell me. I waited for weeks and had to reach out to them to find out. Recruiter then told me that he did not have very good news for me.

SDC, haha :)

Ruslan Abuzant, the most common programming mistake in the history of mankind is off-by-one error. For example, you have an array of 10 elements, and you index the 11th element that does not exist. You were off-by-one.

L, because I really like Google.

Bob the carpenter, no I don't have a degree from a large university.

To all the others, thanks for your comments and cheering me up! I am not disappointed, life goes on :)

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