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February's Caption Contest Is a Roll of the Dice
TFCSD   2/14/2014 1:38:06 AM
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Sweet, I also use my D&D dice to do all my team performance reviews.

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February's Caption Contest Is a Roll of the Dice
TFCSD   2/14/2014 1:27:56 AM
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The reason the project is delayed is...

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TFCSD   2/14/2014 1:23:43 AM
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Tell the customer that the advanced support team will have an answer shortly.

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TFCSD   2/14/2014 1:14:18 AM
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That may have worked on school tests, but you also say it generates fewer coding errors?

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TFCSD   2/14/2014 12:58:59 AM
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I agree that thorough code testing is important, but testing Rnd()?

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Wnderer   2/13/2014 3:07:39 PM
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Vinnie! Watta ya doin! I toll ja to get some numbahs usin duh ice! Ya know duh en soyket em-yu-lay-tah! Jeez watta goofball!

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Oblea   2/12/2014 10:30:44 PM
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Progress report: "We bench-tested sample die but continue to observe odd, random outputs.  We suspect the root cause is our test setup."

Experienced designer to the new guy: "That is not what I meant when I asked you to design inductors for the prototype die."

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bnowak0   2/12/2014 9:37:59 AM
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What I said was "Fix the yagi gain!"

NOT "Fix the Yahtzee game!"

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NoNIckName_#2   2/11/2014 12:39:21 PM
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Look, you have your methods for picking series termination resistor values; I have mine.

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eetcowie   2/10/2014 5:00:15 PM
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First team, investigating the first of two crap shoots.

Team number 2 is investigating the 2nd crap shoot in the men's room for the project that went down the toilet.

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