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1) My Android phone. It just works.
2) A "proper" clockwork alarm clock. Generally not needed, mostly goes off when I am already downstairs.
3) The Sun. It shines, I wake up.
4) The cat. It wants food, I get up or I'm in both trouble and pain.
90% of the time, 3 and 4 are racing each other to wake me up. It's like they were synchronised together ...
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Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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Once you finish a project, how do you give/send the customer the job you've done?
A) Shared at OneDrive or any other public cloud system and *
B) Shared at a folder in your NAS or server and *
C) you give the customer a CDROM/DVDROM and *
D) you give the customer a pendrive and *
* Sign down some documents to formalize the acceptance.
I've never given the customer the project when its finished.
OK, that sounds weird. What I mean is, the customer gets incremental releases, usually direct access to the code repo, and I help them build the app from the source code if necessary. If the client is way to non-tech to build the code, then they get a DropBox link. If it's a web app, I'll have a production site and a test site for new features being developed that they can visit, usually for UI layout playing around, and for behavioral changes, I'll route a special test account to the test pages under development.
Once I finished the project and (if applicable) the documentation. (Yes, I had customers who didn't wanted to pay the part "docu" to spare a few bucks)
Made a copy of the running PLC Software and all configurations for the peripheric elements and put everything together in a CD.
Printed out a copy of the documentation (if applicable), annexed a copy of the signed completion certificate / acceptance protocol.
Handed over everything.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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