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Silicon Valley Tech Salaries Will Make You Want To Quit Your Job And Learn To Code - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
It should come as no surprise that tech employees in Silicon Valley make boatloads. We learned just how many boatloads they make in a recent post by SFGate. The average tech worker in San Francisco made $156,518 in 2013, a gain of roughly 19% from 2012.
How Cisco Rescued A Startup From A Nasty Dispute Over A Website - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
Here's a David-and-Goliath story in which Goliath saved David. It involves Cisco (Goliath), a startup called Connectify (David), the website URL "Connectify.com," and a years-long struggle quickly devolving into a legal battle. If you type Connectify.com ...
Five Ways to Make Math Fun - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
As kids head back to school, the thought of math may send shivers down their spines. But it doesn’t have to be that way. “Kids should love math like they love dessert,” says Laura Overdeck, a Short Hills, N.J., mother of three with degrees in ...
New school zone hours to be enforced in Bastrop - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
New school zone hours are being issued for the city due to new start and end times for Morehouse Parish Schools. According to Bastrop Police Chief Downey Black, schools on residential city streets, which include Morehouse Magnet, Bastrop High School and H ...
10 Strategies That Will Help You Triumph Over Adversity - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
Although the difficulties we'll face in life are inevitable, there are habits you can develop that will allow you to better overcome adversity when it strikes. Italian psychotherapist and philosopher Piero Ferrucci explains some of these strategies in his ...
Is political corruption in America getting worse these days? Not really! - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
For years now, polls have shown that Americans generally overestimate the trend of violent crime in this country. A survey last year by the Pew Center, for example, showed that 56 of Americans thought gun crimes had increased in the past few decades.
Nicholls looking for defensive improvement - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
For Nicholls State to snap its stretch of six straight losing seasons, the first order of business is obvious — the Colonels must get better defensively. Fifth-year head coach Charlie Stubbs promoted special teams coordinator Steve Adams to defensive ...
Pokes seek to end Southland Conference title drought - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
With eight returning offensive starters and an influx of transfers from a record-setting offense, the McNeese State Cowboys are expected to contend for their first Southland Conference championship since 2009. Scoring a school-record 520 points last season ...
The Airbnb Squatter Has Been Officially Kicked Out Of That Palm Springs Condo - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
Cory Tschogl's months-long ordeal with a man and his brother who rented her Palm Springs condo via Airbnb and then refused to leave is officially over. As of Thursday, Maksym Pashanin and Denys Pashanin have been legally evicted from the apartment, Tschogl ...
How To Tell If You're Boring Someone To Death - Bastrop Daily Enterprise
We all get boring sometimes. But we might not realize it. "Just because a person isn’t actually walking away or changing the subject doesn’t mean that that person is genuinely engaged in a conversation," writes "Happiness Project" author Gretchen Rubin.