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GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmvpOriginalGriff15-Jan-13 6:33 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberDanielSheets15-Jan-13 7:16 
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GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? Pinmembershiprat15-Jan-13 21:58 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberAnna-Jayne Metcalfe15-Jan-13 23:45 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberMatt U.16-Jan-13 2:52 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberAnna-Jayne Metcalfe16-Jan-13 4:28 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberMatt U.16-Jan-13 4:46 
Right. I feel like I have decent time management skills, as well as attention to detail. I take pride in my work and I work only as quickly as I can while maintaining quality and the fewest mistakes possible. I typically go back and "proofread" my code daily. Even if I haven't touched it in a day or two, working on other tasks for example, I go back each day and read over it. Or I switch to the mock environment and test different functionality. Just to make sure it does work as well as I originally thought it did. Good thing, too.

Today, I was looking at a portion of code which is supposed to put items "on hold" in the database, when the item's components are received into the software. It is supposed to look at the oldest items first when a component is received. And I found out I made the mistake of using "descending" in the LINQ query, which was giving me the newest items first. LoL. And then I realized I wasn't checking "is this item already on hold for the specified component?" So if I received in 10 pieces of one component, the same 10 units would be put "on hold" in the database (inserted into a "Holds" table). D'Oh! | :doh: But I figured it out.
djj55: Nice but may have a permission problem
Pete O'Hanlon: He has my permission to run it.

GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberGary Huck16-Jan-13 4:29 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberMatt U.16-Jan-13 4:42 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? Pinmembertpp@nud.net16-Jan-13 5:51 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberGary Huck16-Jan-13 6:30 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? Pinmembertpp@nud.net16-Jan-13 5:19 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberMatt U.16-Jan-13 6:21 
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GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberMatt U.16-Jan-13 6:25 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberoPhoenixo16-Jan-13 6:34 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberRafagaX16-Jan-13 6:35 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberCode Monkey-Man16-Jan-13 10:00 
GeneralRe: "Lone Wolf" Developer and Your Story? PinmemberFlorin Jurcovici17-Jan-13 0:36 
RantDie! Die! Die! PinmemberNagy Vilmos15-Jan-13 3:40 
GeneralRe: Die! Die! Die! PinmemberMehGerbil15-Jan-13 3:46 
GeneralRe: Die! Die! Die! Pinmemberpeterchen15-Jan-13 4:25 
GeneralRe: Die! Die! Die! PinmemberChrisElston15-Jan-13 3:47 
GeneralNo thanks, I'll pass PinmemberEnnis Ray Lynch, Jr.15-Jan-13 4:03 

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