Re: secondhand angst

John F. Eldredge <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am probably not the only monk who is currently a programmer/analyst, but
who has been a sysadmin in the past.

Lusers don't luse any less when you're a programmer.

Clairvoyancy is even more of a required skill than it is in sysadminnery.


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