In your current job, which of these statements best describes your strategic engagement with corporate IT policy?
Please select only one.
- Setting IT strategy, policies and/or goals for your company
- Working with others to help establish IT strategy, policy or goals for your company
- Translating business requirements of internal clients into technology solutions
- Implementing established IT strategy, policies or goals
None of those, you fuckwits. What the fuck does number three even mean?
At 2:30 yesterday some guys from $BigComputerCo stopped by to meet me in the
CubeDesk of Hate. They're involved in hardware consulting for customers implementing $OurBigApp. Hi, How are you?, Nice to meet you, Thanks for the card, Why the fuck are you talking to me? I don't even deal with these guys tangentially. An hour later Shrek told me that we're going out to drink Glühwein (mulled wine) with them in half an hour. Cool beans!
That half hour became a full hour, in which time the rain had started. Instead of going within walking distance of my home we were going to the winter fairgrounds. Fine. Then Shrek told me they're treating us. Aw, HELLS yeah!
The guys were nice enough, the beer was free, we chatted for a few hours, and at the end of it I may be getting some free rack boxen. Big rack boxen. Stuff that's anything from 4-16U and runs some flavour of UNIX. Now I just have to figure out where the hell to plug it in -- I can't afford the juice at home.
One week from today I will be in a bar in Paris although not on $BigComputerCo's dime. Say luh gair.
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