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Nah. I never notice anything

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I never noticed that...
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I never noticed that...
I am so bored and aggravated at the current job.

I'm a software engineer, and what do they have me doing? Data Entry corrections. ugh.

Why they couldn't let me redesign and rewrite one of the 2 packages I work on constantly that is so buggy it's pathetic...I don't know.

Ah well...back to text editing database entries.
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I am so bored and aggravated at the current job.

I'm a software engineer, and what do they have me doing? Data Entry corrections. ugh.

Why they couldn't let me redesign and rewrite one of the 2 packages I work on constantly that is so buggy it's pathetic...I don't know.

Ah well...back to text editing database entries.
Ouch dude sucks I interned at my school's IT during the summer and for a straight week I had to individually enter all 700 or so student's family's insurance info into the database because something screwed up and they didn't get in correct. Huge PITA
Edited by crazyap7 - 10/19/10 at 3:18pm
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Ouch dude sucks I interned at my school's IT during the summer and for a straight week I had to individually enter all 700 or so student's family's insurance info into the database because something screwed up and they didn't get in correct. Huge PITA
Yeah...sure does. I've done something worse than that.

4 months of payroll check headers and detail entries...both for the check tables and the AP ledger table entries.

I created a special app that let me key fields instead of using the SQL editor...back in 1994.

The SQL editor back then was horrendous...as you might imagine. hence, the inspiration for an active record editor.
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Yeah...sure does. I've done something worse than that.

4 months of payroll check headers and detail entries...both for the check tables and the AP ledger table entries.

I created a special app that let me key fields instead of using the SQL editor...back in 1994.

The SQL editor back then was horrendous...as you might imagine. hence, the inspiration for an active record editor.
Oh my, that sounds incredibly painful Damn databases, always needing to be fixed.
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I remember when I was working in the EU Helpdesk team (of 2) for a certain US bank [think: locks ] and I had to create a database of all of their IT kit, including serial numers and the device names...

At least I was able to notice their naming pattern, so I was able to generate formulae that would populate with the details - but that spreadie was pretty large (a few MB) and bl00dy complex too...after I'd left the other guy was 'stressed' as he couldn't work out how I'd done it or how I'd hidden a few pages where a lot of the formulae with too many nested formulae were...

I actually used some of what I'd used for that to create the new (current) F@H FAT spreadie...just that I can't get GDocs to hide sheets, and there are only so many formulae that you're allowed to use, and some of those can't use the same as you can in an Excel spreadie...
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Oh my, that sounds incredibly painful Damn databases, always needing to be fixed.
Yeah. Even though I made a custom interface to input the stuff, it was still time consuming. I think there were 20k+ check detail entries (stuff like gross pay, fed tax, state tax, unemp. tax, garnishments, child support deduct., etc.) and some 4k check headers. I did them all in about 55 hours.

And yes, I used to type really fast...when I wasn't so old

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I remember when I was working in the EU Helpdesk team (of 2) for a certain US bank [think: locks ] and I had to create a database of all of their IT kit, including serial numers and the device names...

At least I was able to notice their naming pattern, so I was able to generate formulae that would populate with the details - but that spreadie was pretty large (a few MB) and bl00dy complex too...after I'd left the other guy was 'stressed' as he couldn't work out how I'd done it or how I'd hidden a few pages where a lot of the formulae with too many nested formulae were...

I actually used some of what I'd used for that to create the new (current) F@H FAT spreadie...just that I can't get GDocs to hide sheets, and there are only so many formulae that you're allowed to use, and some of those can't use the same as you can in an Excel spreadie...
Yeah, Google Apps stuff is kinda...strange. We worked with it here for a bit. Some of their tools we use, and some of them are...well...useless.

My favorite DB story was when I worked at a medical group as a programmer, and my boss the IT manager (who lots of people called "Satan" or "The Devil") had encrypted some tables in the SQL Server DB and thought they were unbreakable.

Needless to say when I needed some data and couldn't find him to unlock the table, I got into it. I knew a way to get around stuff. He asked how I did it, and I refused to tell him. He got mad and threatened me, and I said "Fine. But remember, I know how to access all your data."

He shut up real fast.

Of course, this is the same guy who had a huge ego because:
a) he was a former Army chopper combat pilot
b) former Microsoft higher-up (worked with Ballmer and Gates)
c) had a hot wife
d) thought he knew everything

d is no longer in his repetoire.
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No, I am not late with the stats. You lot just kept checking too early.

Team Updates:
Brass Bottom Boys pass Explosm into 4th.
Shizzle Tang pass Just Be Cause into 7th.

The Misfits are 697k ahead.

Member Updates:
Yumyums (GTX 470) has replaced JerseyDubbin (GTX 460) for Fluffy Pink Ninjas.
to_the_zenith has fired up a GTX 460 to cover for LeathalRise750 (x6 1090T) temporarily for Shizzle Tang.
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BAH!!! Forgot about the October Foldathon! With my 460 folding under a different name looks like my normal account will miss out on points for the Foldathon... any other time of month wouldn't give a damn. Oh well, the team takes precedence over individual score
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Team Updates:
Explosm pass Slammers, Brass Bottom Boys and Big Bang Theorists into 2nd.
Brass Bottom Boys pass Big Bang Theorists into 3rd.
Shizzle Tang pass Infinity into 6th.

Member Updates:
Gen (x6 1090T) replaces ulawe (x6 1090T) for The PPD Police.

I'd like to apologise for the late updates the last few days. It's been pretty difficult getting time out to make the updates... 60+ entries in a spreadsheet isn't as fun as it sounds.

We've (hometoast and I... by which I mean hometoast) have been working on the automatic updates side of things. We're getting close to it. I've managed to get the auto updates from EOC working fine, so now hometoast is gonna try export the stats in the same format. After that, we just need to have the stats program reset for all new members, and every month (rather than holding pre-Team Comp points too).

In the beginning, I might have to remove the daily update spreadsheets, and in fact, the 1-31st of the month rows will probably go too. One cell for each member updating daily, and one cell for each team showing total stats. Not sure how to get spreadsheets to save a value and move down to a new cell daily (doubt it's possible; if it is' PM me).

Anyway, that's about it. Sorry about the delays, and I'll do my best not to fall too far behing.
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