So I'm working for a subcontractor, to a subcontractor, to the prime contractor, on a military medical contract. Building a military and veterans medical records system which will have a mobile aspect. Except. Two weeks into the year and they still can't seem to acquire the software I need to actually write the code. No TFS access, no Visual Studio, no MSDN. The government is supposed to pay for all that, but somehow it isn't getting bought. This is a DoD contract. So now you know why the US Military is so damn expensive...
Very boring here.
I could get just as much not-work done at home as here. Just sayin'.
Yes, not enough work to do at work is a quality problem...
And, hey, it's not "SitRep: Delta Sierra"
The US is losing more military personnel to suicide than to enemy action. Meanwhile there's a crisis in retention, which apparently dates back to last century.
Link O Rama:
There's more than one way to get a head.
Time for a benefit concert involving, at a minimum, Bono and George Clooney.
There is no discernible difference between hog rectums and calamari.
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