Two leading candidates. One is being a SysAdmin for an engineering group; handling licensing and their source repository. The other is entry level QA work. Decidedly entry level; more entry level than the work I did when I was entry level! No automation, not even test case design. Take someone else's test cases and run through them. Surefire lobotomy or workplace gunfire at $30/hr.
Pff. That's even assuming the HR drone discounts me from such trained monkey work (despite 3 years experience doing formal QA work), because I didn't finish my degree.
Need I mention that it's absurd how people 4 credits away from a Stanford degree (no, I'm 35 credits from a Clarkson [yes, it's not Stanford, but it's not yer state college either] degree) are given less credit by HR people than ITT graduates?
In other news, I did more work on Moe yesterday after the anonymous delegate posting. The game boots up through the test effects, and presents a nice little text menu (which currently does nothing more than echo stuff to the console when clicked). I'm not sure if it's C# or simply doing it for the 2nd (3rd?) time, but getting that much progress used to take a week or two; not a day.
But now, time for some waffles.