|Actually I am busy watching, all is ok from what I see, Look at times I want to complain but how can I? We are first to the party, you know that feeling right?|
It's like we get there and not a soul is around, all of a sudden Mr. Quokka shows up, has to many shots (Pun intended) falls down but not onto the cement, face first into the pool. (Smile) We try to revive the poor lad but we get no response (Merger thoughts).
So anyway... Mr. MLB delivers the pizza, We (Mr. Questec) get a nice rise out of if (Stock runs), end up stuffing ourselves and pass out from food exhaustion (Stock falls again) and we rest by the hot tub.
Now since it's that time of night we are warming up in the hot-tub (We have to find some "Hotties"), shaken not stirred, (Laughing) here cometh the talent. Nice and tall, long legged beauty (Laughing harder) It's time to approach the bag (pun intended)... now we just wait for Mrs. Sponsorship to take this ship to shore, back it in and load it up!
Sorry guys n gals, had to get off topic there a bit ya'all taking this bashing way to serious, it shows my off the wall, out of the box thinking.
Yes I have been busy finishing the RMA website for Ingram, It was my first solo project. Went very well in my opinion. Not sure why they let me at this project alone, do they really know who they are dealing with? (Smile).
Anyway I am learning the ropes for an international eCommerce-eSolutions-WebSolutions infrastructure first hand. I was heading the testing for functionality-usability for Ingrams USA site. I feel this is important stuff to learn, writing test cases, testing all code, trying to break it down boggle the servers etc. All bugs closed as of today. For a company that handles 60 million documented transactions per day this is no easy task.
I will be the first to assist Questec if need be on my findings from all of this, not that they need to ask me, but the scope of where I am working will surly be good free advice. You can not complain, first hand advice from an engineer at a Forbes 50 company can come in handy down the road if we ever get to handle a few million transactions-queries per day.
While I wait for this industry to come to me I learn all the way down the road. Interesting stuff folks.
What amazes me the most is how similar we are to those IBM commercials, you know the ones about how "this server tries to talk to this server and this database tried to talk to this database" "you need something that makes them all understand each other"... blah blah, well let me tell you this is a major undertaking, whew! I am also trying to survive the layoff fever, so far so good since the industry around us is falling apart, ie Cisco, Dell, Compaq, Gateway etc etc. We look good. Now these oil prices and electric problems here in Cali., this is another story, I do not like it one bit!
I also received a document from Siscom today, cant cut and paste it. SISCOM Media is now private, I think some of you may be interested in seeing this. Since SISCOM is private this information is not privy.
E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if any of you would like to see this ".pdf" I may just place a link here on RB to get it, let me know. It's about 3-4 megs.
P.S. Decent move in (CYTO) today, volume was big and I think this may be undervalued and a decent play in this odd market, biotech needs to balance out tech. Only, as anything I say is, an opinion! Remember this please. I have been wrong before, like anyone else.