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How is the conference from PITTCOM different from ACS conferences?
ACS is having one in coming March in Anaheim, CA? If I were to go (for
job purposes), should I go to PITTCOM in Chicago or the one in CA?
I have done reserach using GC/MS (Master's thesis) and a foot in IT
field,i.e know basic level of many diffrent programming langauges
(though not expert in any but decided to concentrate in Database.
Knows basics of TCP/IP prototocol; learning computer security now.,
i.e home pc and home network protection. Ihaven't decided whether I
should go for CISCO cus I prefer to use combinational skills (from
chemistry and It) and may be ina na rea that bridge the two areas.
Not interested in chem lab works, PERIOD unless it will get me to
inside for more..
More interested in getting into non-technical work eventually: don't
mind to be programmer for a chemical or pharma company either.
Bottom line: want to be in much demand area with not enough people to
fill and of course GOOD pay (may be not right at the beginning)
"curious" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
PittCon specializes in analytical chemistry and spectroscopy. It is the
main meeting in those areas. It has a huge exhibit.
If you are looking for a job in one of PittCons topic areas, by all means go
there. You can register in advance at
[Only registered users see links. ].
Exhibitors also look for employees at PittCon. That would almost certoanly
include some who specuialize in software\, and some who have their own staff
write software for their instruments. But your skills in writing software
The ACS meeting would be better for that kind of job.
"Marvin Margoshes" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message news:<[Only registered users see links. ]>...
Yes, not no experience outside academic work.
Thanks for the info.