Tuesday, November 25, 2008

A daY ShOrt cUt !!!

A very important software application, intermittently crash , an important customer, one critical issue, multiple memory violations, 6 engineers, 180 days, thousands & thousands lines of code, 150 e-mails, uncountable no. of discussions, failed attempts, attitude, superiority, seniority, credibility, silence, concerns, questions, frustration, patience … but it remained all the same that as an issue.

And finally one day a silly me, gave one stupid solution! and smiles on everybody's faces back again. Wow! and for me an appreciation mail.

Life goes one with everything that we have and everything that we don’t have, e.g. stupidity and intelligence. :P

You say - "woes of a software programmer" or whatever, life is like that :)

13 comments:

~vagabond~ said...

LOL. All in the day of a life of a programmer?

PS. You've been featured on my blog. Do check out:
http://memoirs-of-a-vagabond.blogspot.com/2008/11/pay-it-forwardthe-butterfly-award.html

thoughtsprevail said...

Hey Alok,
Congrats !!! I think you are getting great appreciation now a days, Keep it up !!!

Well, now I can definitely co-relate to the life of a programmer :)

All the very best and waiting for more such good news from your side.

-Himanshu Sheth

alok said...

vagabond, Yes! see that's just a glimpse of a day… there are many more :D

woW! I just checked your blog -Thank you so very much for the award :)

alok said...

Himanshu, hehehe .... thanks buddy! I need all that :)

Cuckoo said...

I could so much relate to it.

You won't believe if I say, I get those stupid solutions in the weirdest manner... sometimes while taking shower or right in the middle of a deep sleep at 3:30 AM. :P

Shows how our subconscious mind is always at work.

SMRITI said...

:)

I guess I am getting a good idea about the life of a programmer these days...thanks to so many of them around....cannot make any sense of the coding, but it seems like hard work :P

GMG said...

Hi Alok! Hope neither you nor any of your family and friends are being affected by what’s happening in Mumbai! Wish you all the best!
Blogtrotter

Jaydip Mehta (JD) said...

Remembered a book I am reading,
"Stay Hungry. Stay FOOLISH" ..

alok said...

Cuckoo, yes! the subconscious mind always at work :)

alok said...

smirit, really?

alok said...

GMG, I am ok! and so do my friends in Mumbai. Thank you for the concerns.

You have a nice weekend.

alok said...

Jaydip, maybe I too wish to stay hungry & foolish.

Anonymous said...

I think I know what you are talking about ;-)