lunes, 30 de noviembre de 2009

About the project


We make solutions for our problem that is about our career. In this case we are talking about the enery consume of the companys. Our project is based in 3 points, the problem, the metodology to use, and solutions.

In my case i was the designer.

Mind map of the project.

lunes, 2 de noviembre de 2009

Cover Letter

December 15, 2009
Mr. Hugh Johnson
Olean, NY 14760
Somewhere, NY 55555

Dear Mr. Johnson:

I am writing to express my interest in the position of Bakery Department Manager as advertised on your homepage.
As my attached resume notes, I have seven years of experience in this area. ...
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an
interview, I can be reached at (555) 555-5555.

Thank you for your time.


Hussein Bourot

domingo, 1 de noviembre de 2009

Climate Change

For watch the video click here:

That is a video about the climate change.

Climate change: Weather changes all the time. The average pattern of weather, called climate, usually stays pretty much the same for centuries if it is left to itself. However, the earth is not being left alone. People are taking actions that can change the earth and its climate in significant ways. (

Actions we can do:

- Stop debating, start doing
- Focus on the big wins
- Use technology

domingo, 27 de septiembre de 2009

Find two jobs

Computer Computer Software Engineer - Applications: analyze & design applications; perform testing, enhancements, maintenance & production support; create test cases; architect systems integration projects using IBM tools; participate in project planning, execution, control & closeout.​ Reqs: Bach in Comp Sci, CIS, MIS, Engineering, Math or foreign equivalent +​ 2 yrs exp in job offered.​ Must have working knowledge of Java, DB2, Cobol, UNIX, C+​+​, PL/​SQL, Websphere MQ, Oracle 8i, IMS DB/​DC, CICS and experience in the healthcare industry.​ Location: Andover, MA.​ Multiple openings.​ Send resume/​cover letter: Attn: Lisa Kaempf, CGI Technologies and Solutions Inc.​ 600 Federal Street, Andover, MA 01810 Ref.​ # 22-2942

I took this job because in this time many companys use to look for programmers with 5 or more years of experiences. In this case, they are talking about 2. The job of my dream maybe it'd be working on Apple Company, developing new applications or helping in some other stuffs, and of course, maybe they would pay so much for that.

A person I look up to? Hmmm, I dont have one in specific.

lunes, 21 de septiembre de 2009

domingo, 20 de septiembre de 2009

Some words


1. something accomplished, esp. by superior ability, special effort, great courage, etc.; a great or heroic deed: his remarkable achievements in art.
2. act of achieving; attainment or accomplishment: the achievement of one's object.
3. Heraldry. the full display of the armorial bearings of an individual or corporation.
1425–75; late ME < MF achevement conclusion. See achieve, -ment

1. Achievement, exploit, feat are terms for a noteworthy act. Achievement connotes final accomplishment of something noteworthy, after much effort and often in spite of obstacles and discouragements: a scientific achievement. Exploit connotes boldness, bravery, and usually ingenuity: the famous exploit of an aviator. Feat connotes the performance of something difficult, generally demanding skill and strength: a feat of horsemanship. 2. fulfillment, realization.


  /ɛnˈhæns, -ˈhɑns/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [en-hans, -hahns] Show IPA
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–verb (used with object), -hanced, -hanc⋅ing.
1. to raise to a higher degree; intensify; magnify: The candelight enhanced her beauty.
2. to raise the value or price of: Rarity enhances the worth of old coins.
1325–75; ME enhauncen < AF enhauncer, appar. for OF enhaucer, equiv. to en- en- 1 + haucer to raise (F hausser) < VL *altiāre (deriv. of L altus high, with h- < Gmc; see haughty ), though -n- is unexplained

Related forms:
en⋅hance⋅ment, noun
en⋅hanc⋅ive, adjective

2. See elevate.

1. diminish. 2. reduce.


  /θruˈaʊt/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [throo-out] Show IPA
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1. in or to every part of; everywhere in: They searched throughout the house.
2. from the beginning to the end of: He was bored throughout the play.
3. in every part: rotten throughout.
4. at every moment or point: following the text closely throughout.
bef. 1000; ME throw out, OE thurh ūt through and out the other side (of). See through, out