I currently work for Schlumberger, they're still a massive player in the industry, employing over 100,000 people worldwide. We do get a lot of interns but they tend to have more of an engineering background rather than a tech background, at least in my facility.
I used to work in the oil and gas industry - Schlumberger always had a big recruitment for interns although not sure how well that's looking now as the company is shrinking massively.
Either way they are a huge multi-national and always looking for talent so worth getting in touch.
Let us know how you get on!
I might have some friend who's companies could use coder. But it is cold in here even in the summer... Some of them do work for GE Healthcare, Boeing's military applications and some other small companies.
The holy grail of PC cleaning. But while in your times
rm -rf /
was sufficient. But now you need to do
rm -rf / --no-preserve-root
so that idiots wouldn't delete their entire system, or rather "unlink" their entire system.
But as the ancient Unix legend goes; "as long as you are logged in, the system is not dead yet."
"By now we had been joined by Alasdair, our resident UNIX guru, and as luck would have it, someone who knows VAX assembler. So our plan became this: write a program in assembler which would either rename /tmp to /etc, or make /etc, assemble it on another VAX, uuencode it, type in the uuencoded file using my gnu, uudecode it (some bright spark had thought to put uudecode in /usr/bin), run it, and hey presto, it would all be plain sailing from there. By yet another miracle of good fortune, the terminal from which the damage had been done was still su'd to root (su is in /bin, remember?), so at least we stood a chance of all this working." Unix Recovery Legend