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GeneralRe: Well, there is "poetic justice" on CP QA ... but, it may take time PinprofessionalKornfeld Eliyahu Peter2-Jun-14 0:42 
GeneralRe: Well, there is "poetic justice" on CP QA ... but, it may take time PinmemberBillWoodruff2-Jun-14 2:14 
GeneralRe: Well, there is "poetic justice" on CP QA ... but, it may take time PinprotectorOriginalGriff2-Jun-14 0:49 
GeneralRe: Well, there is "poetic justice" on CP QA ... but, it may take time PinmentorKeith Barrow2-Jun-14 3:24 
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GeneralOi Dalek! [modified] PinmentorKeith Barrow2-Jun-14 0:11 
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GeneralAnyone here do "night shifts"? PinprotectorOriginalGriff1-Jun-14 23:47 
I've had an odd email from an associate, in which he says that a Large Company has offered him a development role as a "Process Specialist" but that the position might require he to work night shifts.
 
Now, I live a sheltered life, but I've never heard of developers working shifts, (heck, getting us to work at regular hours is hard enough) much less night shifts - in fact I can't think of any "thinking", "creative" position that does shift work at all! Is this normal now, out in the Big Wide World?
 
Only thing I can think of is that he is being suckered into a Technical Support role, not development, in the full and certain knowledge that once he joins that Legion Of The Damned (even temporarily) the only ways out are Suicide and Mass Murder...
Those who fail to learn history are doomed to repeat it. --- George Santayana (December 16, 1863 – September 26, 1952)
Those who fail to clear history are doomed to explain it. --- OriginalGriff (February 24, 1959 – ∞)

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