Merry Christmas Everybody

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Merry Christmas Everybody

Post by jim wood » Wed Dec 25, 2013 5:18 am

The title kind of gives this one away
Struggling through the quagmire of life to reach the other side of who knows where.
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Re: Merry Christmas Everybody

Post by Alan Kirk » Wed Dec 25, 2013 9:50 am

jim wood wrote:The title kind of gives this one away
Actually, Jim, Festivus was on Monday. Although I'll admit that I didn't participate in the Airing Of Grievances ritual this year; between the Applications Portaloo (I still can't believe what a stupid piece of design that is), Performance Muddler and the effective execution of the .Net API, I've already spent a large part of 2013 already doing that with IBM.
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