Reputation: 2 Apprentice
- Active Posts:
- 48 (0.08 per day)
- 17-May 12
- Profile Views:
- Last Active:
- Nov 05 2012 10:09 AM
- OS Preference:
- Favorite Browser:
- Favorite Processor:
- Favorite Gaming Platform:
- Your Car:
- Dream Kudos:
Posts I've Made
Posted 5 Nov 2012Just caught a potential fraud email that would have reset an account for the person not associated with it and got kudos from my boss for it.
There's also an unofficial position opening up in my department for a Knowledge Management Analyst that I'm aiming for. Essentially, it's writing documentation about our technology that a non-technically inclined individual could understand.
Posted 25 Oct 2012Oh, that I wish I could.
What I'd like to do is programming, but apparently after my massive flub over the summer, I've been sentenced to at least 6 months without coding projects.
They also hired two more programmers...so my chances of ever touching code again are not good.
At least I still have my Info Retrieval class to keep my coding brain sane.
Posted 25 Oct 2012Not a whole lot, sadly.
I say 'sadly' because we have a middle manager that starts getting twitchy when I'm not working on anything, but the hardware issues are either being handled or in the process of being handled, we have several images and wipes waiting on a previous image, and no development projects that I can really work on (or am allowed to).
So I'm pretty much just sitting here staring at our ticketing system and our email and our chats and willing some user to have a problem. x.x
Posted 24 Sep 2012I've been avoiding Outlook. It's probably bad that I'm doing that, but I feel like it's one more thing to deal with on an overcrowded plate at the moment, and gmail works well for me.
Posted 24 Sep 2012perhaps they shouldnt schedule you so close to class time? just saying
Yeah, that's exactly what I told David and what the policy used to be. Apparently that shifted, and because I've been too stressed to properly look at the schedule, it's on my head.
I delete NOTHING. I might need it as evidence later. I sort it into folders which I archive weekly and keep the archive on my backup drive.
And nothing leaves the inbox until it has been dealt with appropriately.
Good practice. I need to start sorting my gmail inbox, but yeah. I save -everything- unless I'm damned sure I won't need it later.
Not needing it later: random coupons, airline savings for a weekend I can't get off, etc.
- Member Title:
- New D.I.C Head
- 26 years old
- October 15, 1987
Gaming (video and pen and paper)
- Full Name:
- Programming Languages:
C (incredibly rusty),
C++ (little less rusty than C),
Java (a little rusty),
C# (currently coding)