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RE: Looking for a tool
From: "Jos Osborne" <Jos () meltemi co uk>
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2004 14:09:02 -0000
...and on the other hand, spending time taking a computer out of the loop
and all that entails is much better than getting the job done without fuss?
Where? want to work there! Please tell me where! :)
In other words, learn off the job and apply sensible practice once there!
So what you're saying is that when something you've never seen before happens you should go away and learn about it in
your own time and _then_ come back to work and fix it?
Or are you suggesting that we should learn how to deal with every conceivable situation?
Even if this was possible, I think you'd find that new things to learn would crop up faster than you could possibly
On the other hand, I do agree that the foundation of everything should be sensible working practices.
Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
RE: Looking for a tool Tony (Mar 02)
RE: Looking for a tool Nicob (Mar 02)
RE: Looking for a tool Nick Jacobsen (Mar 02)
RE: Looking for a tool axid3j1al axid3j1al (Mar 02)
RE: Looking for a tool Jos Osborne (Mar 02)
Re: Looking for a tool auto4751 (Mar 02)
Re: looking for a tool Schmehl, Paul L (Mar 02)
Re: Looking for a tool Harlan Carvey (Mar 02)
Re: Looking for a tool Gregh (Mar 03)
- Re: Looking for a tool, (continued)