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Excellent II

Yesterday started out pretty well. Since I’ve been getting up in good order of late (although I bobbled today), I was the first person in the office besides my supervisor. He took that as an opportunity to drag me into my interim performance review. These usually go well for me. I’m not one of the slackers, my programming efforts are central to my division’s work, and I keep up to date on all the software we’re using so I’m the SharePoint/SAS/Sharp Floor guru. However, this was the first time the word “brilliance” has ever been used in one of my performance review. Personally, I think that was a little over the top; but I am working on graciously accepting praise.

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Venting IV

This is not really a venting post, it’s more of a worrying post, but it fits in with the previous venting posts, so I’m going to roll with it. As you might have guessed, it’s about the new Sharp Floor system at work. I found a new bug with it today. Actually, I found two new bugs with it today, but one of them is so much more worrisome that I’ve forgotten what the other one is.

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