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    Originally posted by vwdan View Post
    Sorry, I was only teasing really. That said, for a contractor the "big consultancies" are a fantastic way to make great cash on interesting projects while increasing your profile etc etc. I've done a lot of work for some of them and apart from one insane bank holiday weekend (That funded my new laptop and a trade conference I attended) I've yet to be roped into anything too silly. I've not worked with any recent graduates, either.

    (Usual disclaimer that I'm not a programmer, though)
    Actually most of the consultancies do have some brains attempting to run the show which is probably quite interesting if you can stay away from the politics.

    My view is slightly distorted by working with Accenture in the past.