Looking for a Tier 1 ISP Mentor for career advice.
t.dahm at resolution.de
Fri Dec 2 06:25:41 CST 2011
Am 12/1/11 9:35 PM, schrieb David Radcliffe:
> Since I like to work and code (I spend 10 hours a day on the computer at the
> office, think about work related stuff in the shower, and often write Perl code
> at home to deal with various household tasks) I work quite well at home.
> There are more distractions at the office and my productivity is greater in my
> home computer room during those times I have to put in some extra for the
The downside of this is that you are not around in the office in case
someone wants to talk to you. I often end up with guys from our
operations team or other teams stopping at my desk and ask questions. Or
guys who want to have a quick chat about a problem and want to ask for
an advice or idea. Or people who want to learn Perl and have a question
that you can answer in 30 seconds.
Yes, I know, they can call you, or send an Email, but nothing beats the
good old "Let's go for a coffee, I'd like to ask you a question".
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