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14 October 2005 @ 04:47 pm
Work in Montana  
Now I live in Kalispell, MT, and work as a software developer for company named
National Flood Services (NFS).
I create programs which collects data from third-party flood information providers.
Then my programs would give this information to customers (NFS).
We are using new technology here: Visual Studio .NET 2005 (C#), XML, and more...
Using new technology is important to me: it makes work more interesting and efficient, and my experience more valuable for future contracts.

I think that there are other IT opportunities here in Kalispell, but I don't research them for couple of reasons:
Reason 1: I'm satisfied with my current contract.
Reason 2: When it would be the time looking for a new contract --- I would
search nationwide anyway - and then move again. Hopefully next time it
would be a warmer state :-)
Maxhobober on October 15th, 2005 04:56 pm (UTC)
Like as California? :)
Dennis Gorelikdennisgorelik on October 15th, 2005 05:06 pm (UTC)
Like Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma, or California
Maxhobober on October 15th, 2005 05:29 pm (UTC)
In Texas you can be shooted by crazy cowboys :)
Dennis Gorelikdennisgorelik on October 15th, 2005 05:42 pm (UTC)
You can be shot by crazy cowboy in Chelyabinsk too :-)

BTW, Montana is similar to Texas in that sense:
Montana is mostly agricultural state. There are farmers and cowboys here. And a lot of land.

Recently Montana is changing toward beign tourists' state --- many people come here to enjoy nature (lakes and mountains) and take a break from human crowds in big cities.
Maxhobober on October 15th, 2005 06:42 pm (UTC)
Re: Cowboys
There are no cowboys in Chelyabinsk :)

Have seen Max Ivanov yesterday. Some people never change :)

Dennis Gorelikdennisgorelik on October 16th, 2005 04:23 am (UTC)
Re: Cowboys
Does he look the same?
Does he think the same?

What's the correlation between Montana and Max Ivanov?
Maxhobober on October 16th, 2005 07:22 am (UTC)
Re: Cowboys
Look the same and think the same.

Correlation between Montana and Max Ivanov? No way.
Just "k slovu prishlos" :)