So, as you can see, the information that is being inserted into the table is not really the username, and I’m not sure why this is happening. I’m not sure if this has anything to do with my system of the server is Windows Server 2012 R2. I’ve seen posts on StackOverflow about similar issues, but none of them have been able to help me with this particular issue. Any thoughts?


The problem I was having had to do with the CSV File it was creating. I had the columns headers all messed up.

Looking for the right fit!


Many companies go through a typical recruitment process during which they try to ensure that a great fit is achieved between the company and the candidate. What does the successful fit look like? Unfortunately it isn’t always a great fit that is achieved, sometimes the best candidate is rejected.

How can I know if I have a great fit?

So how do you know if you are a great fit for a company? There are many factors to consider, for example…

Work culture

Are you good cultural fit? Perhaps you are willing to move to a foreign location, or have a flexible working pattern?

Viability of career opportunities

What type of development opportunities are available? Are you prepared to get promoted quickly?

Engagement with the company

Are you engaged with the company? Do you want to learn more about the company and how they operate? If you are not engaged it may be time to move on!

Feedback on past employees

What is the feedback like on previous employees? Do you have a track record of positive feedback from your past employees? Have you received any feedback about your past performance?

Positive interaction with the recruiter

How do you feel being interviewed? Have you ever been interviewed by a previous employer? Were you treated well? Did they respect you as a person or not? Were they friendly?

Clear communication

This is a vital factor in whether a positive fit can be achieved. How are you able to communicate effectively? Do you have a professional email signature? Do you have a clear telephone signature? Are you confident that your communication will be clear and unambiguous?

Ability to add value

How do you think you can add value? Can you be a team player or do you prefer to focus on personal development?

Leadership and Development opportunities


Show that for $\mu (\partial \Omega)=0$ and $P(X_n \in C) \rightarrow 0$ as $n \rightarrow \infty$, $\Omega$ is bounded.

Let $(X_n, n \ge 1)$ be a Markov chain whose state space is $\mathbb{R}$ equipped with Lebesgue measure. Let $\Omega \subset \mathbb{R}$ be a set with $\mu(\partial\Omega)=0$ and $P(X_n \in C) \rightarrow 0$ as $n \rightarrow \infty$ for every closed set $C$. Show that $\Omega$ is bounded.
What I did was the following:
Since $\mu(\partial\Omega)=0$, for every $\epsilon>0$ there exists an open ball $B$ around a point $a \in \Omega$ such that $\mu(B \cap \partial\Omega)


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