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EVE Online ISK Ice Harvesting

EVE Online ISK Ice Harvesting

What is Ice?

Ice is something like ore. One big difference is the volume of ice: Every piece of Ice is 1000 m³ You can find it in Ice belts which are in some systems. There are much less Ice belts than normal asteroid belts.

Ice Types:

Blue Ice (Gallente)

Clear Icicle (Amarr)

Dark Glitter Gelidus

Glacial Mass (Minmatar)

Glare Crust

Krystallos

White Glaze (Caldari)

For what is it needed?

The refined Ice is needed to run POS (Player Owned Stations) A POS uses much Ice per day, so there is always Ice needed for awesome amount of ISK on the EVE market. You can check EVE items relevant and market prices here: http://buyevecheapisk.blogspot.com

What do I need for mining it?

You need at least a Mining Barge (Procurer, Retriever or Covetor) or an Exhumer (Skiff, Mackinaw or Hulk) (Industry V, Mining IV, Astrogeology IV and the skills for the ship class) And you need the Skills Ice Harvesting (Mining IV) and the Ice Harvesters which go for about 2,7m ISK per piece on market. You can find out more in regards of mining here: http://cheapiskeveonline.blogsavy.com/

How can I mine it and how can i optimize my efficiency?

Fit your Ice Harvesters on your Mining Barge/Exhumer. If you can do it, fit Ice Harvester Upgrades. The Mackinaw has a +100% bonus on the yield of Ice Harvesters, but a -25% duration Penalty. The penalty is reduced by 5% fo every Exhumers skill level. So, if you have Exhumer V the Mackinaw has the normal cycle time. The fact that it gets double yield per cycle makes it the most efficient Ice Harvesting ship available. If you can’t afford one of those yet, you can get here and buy some ISK for a head start: http://www.mmobux.com/compare/eve/eve-online-isk

But I want to tell you, that Ice Harvesting is it only worth if you have Ice Harvesters II and a Mackinaw with Exhumers V and Ice Harvesting V With that setup you can earn more money with mining Ice than with mining ore. That way you get a real good efficiency and you can earn real much money with mining Ice.

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Information Technology Careers

Information Technology Careers

Information Technology is one of the best industries for long and lucrative careers. Anyone searching for a career to focus on or possibly a career change should consider the possibility of pursuing Information Technology. Here are some things to consider if you’re just getting started on your technology career.
Technology is different from many other industries in that there is such a vast array of opportunities that can be a good fit for all kinds of skillsets. You may have an aptitude for development, troubleshooting, project management or engineering. All of these individual skills would allow you to pursue a number of excellent careers in information technology. Here are a few job descriptions that might help you find something that fits your skills and interest:
Software Development—Software development takes a unique skill. I liken it to a natural understanding of advanced math. Some people have brains that are wired for it and some people would just struggle and be frustrated. Obviously, a good foundation in math is essential but most programming does not require more than good algebra and geometry skills. More than math, you need to understand how to solve problems, research and not mind delving into hundreds of lines of code. Also, programming is not for those who have a hard time with working through a large (read months or even years) project one piece at a time. If you’re ADD, you may have a difficult time being an efficient programmer without some real focus and effort. As far as careers go, some of the most cutting edge positions are in specialty areas, such as mobile platform development for iOS, Android and Windows mobile. There’s also a great market for good SharePoint developers in .NET. Do your research and find out what suits you best as well as finding a skill that is marketable and offers the type of pay you’re looking for.
Enterprise Data—Enterprise data systems are highly specialized but also pay very well. It can be difficult to get great experience in some of these areas. In this section I include the Enterprise-level applications that small, medium and large businesses use to manage and share data. Database backend is a key part of it but you have a growing number of options for ERP and CRM systems that all lump into this category. A few of the key technologies would be SAP, MS-SQL, Oracle, Dynamics, Sage and many more. Specializing in designing and engineering these technologies is an excellent marketable skills for enterprise business.
Networking—the range of job skills within networking can be very broad, as well as the pay for careers here. I’ve seen jobs with the title “Network Administrator” pay as low as $15/hr up to $70k/year in the same area, with the same job title. It really depends on the skills and responsibilities that go along with it. Getting into networking can get complex really fast, but that is also when it pays better and has more responsibility. If you’re considering moving up in networking, you really need to get Cisco skills and certifications. Cisco Engineers can make great pay, and with their reputation in the industry, you’ll be in high demand for years to come.
Systems—this section of Technology is all about the infrastructure. Servers, Operating Systems and general networking are some of the broad skills necessary. Current technologies are in high-availability, increasing performance and virtualization technology such as VMware and Hyper-V. SAN systems and Fiber networks are also key components of the rebirth of this part of IT, making it more reliable, efficient and smart. If you have a broad interest and understanding, and are comfortable with learning new things as technologies change quickly, Systems Engineering might be a great place for you.

Seth
IT Professional and Career Mentor, Coach, Guru and Advisor

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