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Reduction of respect for software engineers coincided with the beginning of off/in-shoring. Trainloads of fresh-out-of-schools “consultants” flooded the market often possessing zero professional zero technical and zero business skills. Why would business respect such people? People with skills and business knowledge got pushed away by cheaper by the dozens H1B contractors. They either moved to other industries or made transition to the business side. Either way, they do not respect the IT anymore.
These so called H1B consultants claimed expertise but in numerous instances provided detrimental results. Why should the business respect that? Software Engineers are no longer called engineers – just resources.

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The cast of ACCT's production of "Cheaper by the Dozen" includes: (Back row): Lillian (Lyndsey Lawrence), Anne (Alyssa Denton), Dad (James McDaniel), Martha (Olivia Hays) and Ernestine (Jenna Martin). (Front row): Frank (Quinten Hoagland), Dan (Johnie Hays), Jackie (Jovan Morales-Shackleford), and Bill (Zack Collison).

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Director Becky Patton wanted to direct "Cheaper by the Dozen" because it was one of her favorite books. "Today, the thought of raising a dozen children makes me want to run screaming in the other direction; however, directing this wonderful group of actors has been an enormous amount of fun," she said.

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Cheaper by the Dozen 1 and 2 are both great movies but the first one was alot more funnier.

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In the last two decades satellite borne radar altimetry has been demonstrated as a very effective and accurate remote sensing method in sea state monitoring by over ten missions. Although all the previous missions have focused on oceanography, glaciology and land topography study, radar altimeter's unique advantage in providing fast access altimetry measurement of significant wave height (SWH) and sea swface wind speed sensing has also generated great interests in several commercial applications such as a constellation for global real time sea safety monitoring and the shipping route management. In this paper, a low cost 12 microsatellite network called GANDER constellation (Global Altimeter Network Designed to Evaluate Risk), jointly proposed by Surrey Space Centre (SSC) and Satellite Observations System (SOS), is presented. The paper first gives an outline of the radar altimeter's operational principle and main applications, then it focuses on a thorough feasibility analysis to demonstrate the microsatellite capability in this project, payload requirements as well as several most critical platform subsystems will be studied in detail. In the end, the 12 microsatellite constellations arrangement, which aims to provide world wide users of near real time access will be defined. This 12 small satellite system, as a much cheaper and more effective alternative for the conventional' big' multisensors spacecraft, will allow a much faster and more frequent update for the global sea state change monitoring. Its appearance well presents the small satellite research and application trend - cheaper by the dozens, andfaster by smaller.

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Ernestine Gilbreth Carey was born in 1908 in New York City and graduated as an English major from Smith College. In 1930, soon after graduation, she began fourteen years of New York City department store buying and management. Meanwhile, she married and had two children. A writer and lecturer, she has authored and coauthored seven books, including Belles on Their Toes (with Frank Gilbreth Jr.), Jumping jupiter, Rings Around Us, and Giddy Moment. In 1950 she was corecipient (with her brother) of the French International Humor Award for Cheaper by the Dozen. She lives in Reedley, California.

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In the last two decades satellite borne radar altimetry has been demonstrated as a very effective and accurate remote sensing method in sea state monitoring by over ten missions. Although all the previous missions have focused on oceanography, glaciology and land topography study, radar altimeter's unique advantage in providing fast access altimetry measurement of significant wave height (SWH) and sea swface wind speed sensing has also generated great interests in several commercial applications such as a constellation for global real time sea safety monitoring and the shipping route management. In this paper, a low cost 12 microsatellite network called GANDER constellation (Global Altimeter Network Designed to Evaluate Risk), jointly proposed by Surrey Space Centre (SSC) and Satellite Observations System (SOS), is presented. The paper first gives an outline of the radar altimeter's operational principle and main applications, then it focuses on a thorough feasibility analysis to demonstrate the microsatellite capability in this project, payload requirements as well as several most critical platform subsystems will be studied in detail. In the end, the 12 microsatellite constellations arrangement, which aims to provide world wide users of near real time access will be defined. This 12 small satellite system, as a much cheaper and more effective alternative for the conventional' big' multisensors spacecraft, will allow a much faster and more frequent update for the global sea state change monitoring. Its appearance well presents the small satellite research and application trend - cheaper by the dozens, andfaster by smaller.