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General discussion / Website building
« on: April 15, 2020, 09:59:01 AM »
Hi guys. Looking to build a website with a link to an online store. Hoping to link the store to Instagram/shopify. Any advice on what web builders to use?

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General discussion / Infrastructure
« on: April 07, 2016, 12:43:28 PM »
http://www.rte.ie/news/business/2016/0407/780101-new-dublin-runway/

Perhaps a sign that things are on the up?

Started this thread to discuss all things infrastructure - road, rail, sustainability etc.

Hoping there are a few fellow geeks out there with an interest in this and not just myself :)

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General discussion / Protecting contactless cards
« on: February 23, 2016, 11:36:55 AM »
Apparently your details can now be accessed by someone standing beside you on a bus/subway with a contactless device. Has anyone looked into purchasing wallets which protect against these scanning devices?

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General discussion / Football games in Germany
« on: November 10, 2015, 01:59:39 PM »
Hi lads,

Has anyone ever been to a Bundesliga game in Germany?

We often hear the price is very reasonable and the beer and atmosphere is top.

Thinking of Dortmund/Munich/Hamburg/Schalke as possibilities.

Appreciate all feedback.

Cheers!

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GAA Discussion / Galway GAA 4 million Euro in the red!!
« on: December 16, 2013, 08:36:18 AM »
Another county with financial issues.

Galway county board may be forced to sell some of its assets in order to repay debts of nearly 4 million.

County secretary John Hynes made the stark admission at Thursday night's annual convention in Claregalway. The decision to spend 2.8 million on a site near Athenry for the purpose of developing a hurling Centre of Excellence during the Celtic Tiger years, coupled with outstanding debts on Pearse Stadium and the football Centre of Excellence in Loughgeorge, has left the board 3.9 million in the red.

"Our annual repayment on loans is 271,000. To help manage and sustain our repayments, we will need to dispose of some asset and we will need to increase our utilisation of our other assets," Hynes said.

"A review of our 2013 revenue and costs shows clearly that an increased focus on cost reduction and cost avoidance is needed. We have no option but to 'cut our cloth to measure' to ensure that we can sustain our activities and remain self-sufficient in the future.

"In evaluating where we spend, and what we spend, value for money needs to be a key consideration in all of our decisions and, if necessary, difficult decisions should be made to ensure that we get a return on all of our investments."

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General discussion / Part Time Study
« on: September 12, 2013, 08:09:22 AM »
Hi guys,

Just wondering has anyone any experience of completing a Masters/Post Grad whilst continuing full time work?

Considering attending University one day a week to improve my employability long term. The downside is likely losing a days pay.

Alternatively I could complete a course via distance learning which would mean studying at (giving up my) weekends.

Appreciate any advice.

TIA!


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