Sometimes I wish we had a documented software development lifecycle that included written policies on establishing a project, developing, testing, deploying and maintaining it. But then I read things like this and realize that even if all those things are in place, the same crap gets flung in your general direction, just from a slightly different source.
I was playing around with the camera, trying to get some decent shots of the ice. Some turned out okay, but this little chunk is my favorite.
As I mentioned earlier, my truck has been recalled because “Water may enter into the front suspension upper ball joints on your vehicle (VIN: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) and cause corrosion and premature wear.” I got my recall letter a couple days ago, haven’t called in for an appointment yet.
I can’t pass up the opportunity to link to this advice.
There’s a part of me that wishes someone had told me these things when I was still in school, but I think I’ve done well without them. Many are just common sense anyway. My resume may not be sprinkled with a myriad of internships, but I’ve accumulated widely varied experience. And longevity has to be worth something, doesn’t it?