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--- Steve Hudson <cruddy -at- optushome -dot- com -dot- au> wrote:
> I am extremely organised and he needs not worry about process management
> because its so simple and effective. So our lack of documentation is not
> real issue. I am not even going to go near my writing ability, lets just
> I produce highly effective documentation in a damn sight less time than
> lot of other folks I have worked with. When its prod time, its prod
> and you lot don't hear so much from me.
Is this an argument or the Steve Hudson Story? Reminds me of the Biff
> Matter of fact, these posts are cutting close to my heart at the moment
> because I am buried in process. I've changed my entire concept of my
> architecture <winces at misplaced word> and I want everything to be
> maintained and expandable. So its a huge amount of work at the moment,
> already the added flexbility is proving to be a bonus.
Work harder, not smarter.
> Due to the nature of my dev machine, I do my doco at home, and the
> at work. If you are familiar with Sun Tsu's Art of War, I am on my
> of contention and must cross or flounder.
Could you please tell me when we're going to get to a point here?
> > Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, and wrong.
> > My posts encourage writers to focus on their core function: writing.
> We will have to agree to disagree. I know I could goto the archives and
> the quotes I need, but its a waste of time. I have an MVP award waiting
> elsewhere to claim.
Are we talking about anything related to process now or are you just
marketing your abilities?
> > And nobody cares to watch you fondle your tool.
> We want to see what you can do with those tools. Tool.
> A) Thats funny, several hundred people now fondle my tool daily after
> requesting it.
> B) I called you silly as you were raising silly red herrings. A number
> offlist emails agreed with me on this point. I am not acting like a
> tool, so
> I am not particularly impressed with your turn of phrase.
So now were talking about me?
Are we ever going to discuss a technical communications concept here or do
you just want to have a pissing match over my language?
> TGIF and I don't have to work with you. Back to my 16 hour day.
When are they installing your bronze bust?
I think its time to end this thread. You've sent us off into non-technical
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