<%3Fxml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"%3F> Buy viagra 100mg » Official Canadian Pharmacy ::: Canadian pharmacy support team. http://baglady.dreamhosters.com/2008/08/01/things-i-love-and-hate-about-being-a-release-engineer/ Attempts at a Sustainable Lifestyle... Thu, 04 Aug 2011 01:25:53 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 Buy viagra 100mg » Official Canadian Pharmacy ::: Canadian pharmacy support team. http://baglady.dreamhosters.com/2008/08/01/things-i-love-and-hate-about-being-a-release-engineer/comment-page-1/#comment-4055 Giridharan Kesavan Thu, 07 Jul 2011 00:20:32 +0000 http://baglady.dreamhosters.com/2008/08/01/things-i-love-and-hate-about-being-a-release-engineer/#comment-4055 I have been working as release engineer for a while now. Thanks for writing my mind. I have been working as release engineer for a while now. Thanks for writing my mind.

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Being a build person myself in an MNC, I couldn’t stop appreciating you for the effort you tookk in transforming your tasks and feelings into words.

Proud to be a build and release guy!

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Build-Release.blogspot.com

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Buy viagra 100mg » Official Canadian Pharmacy ::: Canadian pharmacy support team. http://baglady.dreamhosters.com/2008/08/01/things-i-love-and-hate-about-being-a-release-engineer/comment-page-1/#comment-2197 lala Sun, 03 Aug 2008 01:12:14 +0000 http://baglady.dreamhosters.com/2008/08/01/things-i-love-and-hate-about-being-a-release-engineer/#comment-2197 lol...well, I do have a blank stare on my face and other things are going through my head during your post. But forgive me, I'm a non-geek who was married to a big geek (please, different from nerd, by a long shot) who just fell into the habit of the blank stare-mind wandering as he always tried to explain what he did at work and as an intelligent human being, I didn't understand about half of what he was saying. Seriously, I do get what you're saying and understand all to well how much really goes into a job like that, especially when you're dependent on others who don't quite have the same work ethic. In extremely technical jobs such as yours, that's the worst. ;-) lol…well, I do have a blank stare on my face and other things are going through my head during your post. But forgive me, I’m a non-geek who was married to a big geek (please, different from nerd, by a long shot) who just fell into the habit of the blank stare-mind wandering as he always tried to explain what he did at work and as an intelligent human being, I didn’t understand about half of what he was saying.

Seriously, I do get what you’re saying and understand all to well how much really goes into a job like that, especially when you’re dependent on others who don’t quite have the same work ethic. In extremely technical jobs such as yours, that’s the worst.

;-)

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