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May 12, 2010
A software without bugs is like a planet without craters...
You can imagine one but you'll never see one :)
Apr 26, 2010
I recently got a new manager and had to go through the tedious paper training need to get him in line. He is a micro-manager, with personal 1:1, group discussion of our accounts and a status report at the end of the week. Just as there are many ways to skin a rabbit, you do not have to be a Wally to get away with drinking coffee and reading comics. I soon had my boss convinced that I was the only one that truly understood his need for information through the use of manipulation and misdirection. He now feels that I'm his best worker. (My mother had border line personality disorder and my dad was an abusive alcoholic, I learned many lessons from the best)
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Apr 19, 2010
Those must be "well-rounded" engineers, Pclip! And, frankly, I wouldn't be surprised. Could you cite a source for that? (And I hope it's not "78.2% of all statistics are made up on the fly"!)
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Apr 19, 2010
Interestingly, the average ratio of actual time to false estimate approaches pi over the career span of most engineers.
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Apr 19, 2010
Yes a "Control (of) Management" software app would be awesome if it were possible.
Get the new Dilbert app!