Heckuva good job. I sure appreciate it.
Happy Valentine’s to all of you. This post makes me smile.This post also reminds me of a quote I heard once- and I am paraphrasing, “A door is something a dog is always on the wrong side of.” I love seeing little Lloyd in the background.Love to the Coreys on this Valentines from the Rusts.
George,They were using one of the big, very well-known players in the performance monitoring space which use the”browser in a datacenter” form of monitoring.Performance monitoring is certainly valuable, and a company the size of this telecommunications company certainly needed some form of performance monitoring. The problem was they were misinformed/misunderstand what business problems the performance monitoring product could solve.Thanks,Billy
I could read a book about this without finding such real-world approaches!
That's an expert answer to an interesting question
Hi anon 10:40“If you’re happy and you know it, clank your chains!”That’s dang funny!!!Maybe it’s my lack of vision, but I just can’t see a “critical mass” of political activism. Don’t you think the vast majority of people are just busy with their lives, and not really learning how NJ politics works?Almost no one I know pays attention…they’re bright people with responsible jobs, but there’s a disconnect when it comes to state politics. njserf
Having google instant getting results while you type your keywords, then what is the use of having "I'm Feeling Lucky" button on the Google search home page. Weired, did somebody thought about it.
Articles like this just make me want to visit your website even more.
Slam dunkin like Shaquille O'Neal, if he wrote informative articles.
/ I suggest that those folks who rail against these passive symbols of Christian-Judeo religious beliefs, take a trip to Afghanistan or Pakistan, and see what happens in country's where religion really is imbedded with governance!