Hope this phase will pass one day and stock / job market will again booming.
My blood is tested +ve for Java.
Joined: Apr 28, 2008
The people I work for are still on the hunt for more Java Developers! It's all done by human resources and recruitment agencies, I'm just a lowly code monkey...
Are things not so good in the software development job market?
Joined: Sep 16, 2004
Future is unclear, that is the reason of worry.
Joined: Feb 12, 2001
Originally posted by Chetan Parekh: Future is unclear, that is the reason of worry.
The future is clear; things will change; things will get worse and things will get better, though not necessarily in that order.
Joined: Jul 14, 2007
2012 though is when it comes to an end. So we all have plenty of time till then. Party on!
I want to be like marc
Joined: Sep 17, 2008
Live for today...
still lot of time there to Live
Theories vary, but by traditional astronomical calculation, a mahayuga equals 4,320,000 solar years (or 12,000 "divine years;" one divine year is 360 solar years) - with the
Satya Yuga lasting 1,728,000 years, Treta Yuga 1,296,000 years, Dvapara Yuga 864,000 years, and Kali Yuga 432,000 years.
Mankind is now experiencing the Kali Yuga, which began at midnight, February 18, 3102 bce (year one on the Hindu calendar [see Hindu Timeline]) and will end in approximately 427,000 years. (By another reckoning, one mahayuga equals approximately two million solar years.) A dissolution called laya occurs at the end of each mahayuga, when the physical world is destroyed by flood and fire. Each destructive period is followed by the succession of creation (srishti), evolution or preservation (sthiti) and dissolution (laya).
A summary of the periods in the cosmic cycles:
1 mahayuga = 4,320,000 years (four yugas) 71 mahayugas = 1 manvantara or manu (we are in the 28th mahayuga) 14 manvantaras = 1 kalpa or day of Brahma (we are in the 7th manvantara) 2 kalpas = 1 ahoratra or day and night of Brahma 360 ahoratras = 1 year of Brahma 100 Brahma years = 309,173,760,000,000 years (one "lifetime" of Brahma, or the universe).