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DougInRB   4/11/2014 1:00:48 PM
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OK Marv - now that we have Engineering distracted, let's run the numbers on our next layoff.

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Dan Glass   4/11/2014 12:37:27 PM
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It's so simple, even a trained seal can use it!

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BrainiacVI   4/11/2014 12:33:29 PM
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Sarah knew management could be easily entertained and would not think to give her the usual guff about her board design.

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BrainiacVI   4/11/2014 12:31:18 PM
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Cute, but that's not going to work for load balancing the interface.

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BrainiacVI   4/11/2014 12:27:19 PM
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Marketing thought it would be cute to use the seal to imply our company name in the ads for our new interface board.

(I used to buy peripheral cards from a company named SEAL back in the late '80s)

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NoNIckName_#2   4/11/2014 11:38:37 AM
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Dogs?  Ponies?  So last year!

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denis.vautour_1   4/11/2014 11:35:36 AM
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QA: Gosh you're right... this requirement actually is in the traceability matrix.

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zeeglen   4/10/2014 11:44:52 PM
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I don't think Bob quite understood when I told him to make sure those differential pairs were well balanced.

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seaEE   4/10/2014 10:51:00 PM
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Yes, but are we going to ship it sealmount, or are we going to ship it rackmount?

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seaEE   4/10/2014 10:46:40 PM
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The seal asked us to move R104, an 01005 zero ohm resistor, to the backside of the board, and now it is happy as a clam.

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