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Nov 15th, 2011
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How many Achievements have you Unlocked in your entire career? 

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darren.g Tue, 11/15/2011 - 16:04
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leolaohoo wrote:


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Otherwise, enjoy and let us all know how you go. 


Out of the top lot, where I count 58 items, I can tick 48 of them - some of them multiple times. :-)


Since I've never been a DBA, and my programming involvement is relatively minor, removing 3 of the questions from possibility of answering Yes, that kinda scares me. :-) 87% complete.


PEBCAK rules. :-)


Cheers.

Leo Laohoo Tue, 11/15/2011 - 13:09
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Leo Laohoo Tue, 11/22/2011 - 16:57
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darren.g Tue, 11/22/2011 - 20:33
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Hehehe. I actually had to do something similar during my short time with a company who makes large blue network boxes about 11 years ago - only I made subtle comments about how certain foods gave, erm, unhealthy results to the bowel if taken too often.


Note only lasted a day before it disappeared. However, the food theft stopped. :-)


I *like* that one, though.

Leo Laohoo Tue, 11/22/2011 - 20:45
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Thanks Darren.  I would've purposely laced the food with Ex-Lax.  Then I'd put "out of order" signs outside the toilets.  And see who squirms.  (From a distance, of course.)

darren.g Wed, 11/23/2011 - 14:23
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Thanks Darren.  I would've purposely laced the food with Ex-Lax.  Then I'd put "out of order" signs outside the toilets.  And see who squirms.  (From a distance, of course.)


The problem with that was the theft was occurring at night - the floor I worked on was shared with a business unit which was present 24x7 for phone service - and it seemed that the overnighters couldn't be bothered either bringing their own food or going down the elevators 2 floors to one of the late-night fast food joints located near the building.


Note that I didn't *actually* add any nasties to my food - I just implied that I did. Several other people from other business units complimented me on my strategy at the time - obviously, I wasn't the only one losing my tucker!

jeffmorr Fri, 12/09/2011 - 11:45
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This is excellent! Really enjoyed this, thanks for sharing.


Jeff

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