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Jim I genuinely appreciate your community support.  Over the years there are often neat little coding nuggets I find that you've provided.  The one I use most often is a modified version of CaseSelect, which I know of another Jim that appreciates it too.


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Jim I genuinely appreciate your community support.  Over the years there are often neat little coding nuggets I find that you've provided.  The one I use most often is a modified version of CaseSelect, which I know of another Jim that appreciates it too.


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@Hooovahh wrote:

Jim I genuinely appreciate your community support.  Over the years there are often neat little coding nuggets I find that you've provided.  The one I use most often is a modified version of CaseSelect, which I know of another Jim that appreciates it too.


I still use the original CaseSelect because it works on things without checking to make sure they are a JKI state machine first Smiley Happy Jim, while you're up on that pedestal I've got a couple ideas for new features to add...



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I get a lot of meeting invitations from our sales team where I am expected to be some technical resource for a customer that I've never worked with before. That's all normal but every so often I'm introduced with some credentials I didn't know I had which can set expectations a bit high. I'm only 5 years out of college and got two NIWeek meeting invitations today where I was introduced as a "veteran embedded system developer" and "one of our senior applications engineers who specializes in IIoT applications".

 

It reminded me of an introduction I got from one of our sales team ~2 weeks after starting my current job. I was picking up some work previously being handled by another engineer and the customer was told that, "like Matt Pollock he [me] is also a senior embedded supporter" which is quite a standard to meet considering the other Matt has roughly 3x the experience and helped write the CLED exam.

Something is wrong

Anyone else have some crazy high expectations set for them going into a new project? Also, any advice for tactfully resetting expectations?


 

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Over the years there are often neat little coding nuggets I find that you've provided.  The one I use most often is a modified version of CaseSelect, which I know of another Jim that appreciates it too.

I get lucky sometimes... Smiley Very Happy

 

Thank you, though, and I [think I] see what you did there.

Jim
You're entirely bonkers. But I'll tell you a secret. All the best people are. ~ Alice
For he does not know what will happen; So who can tell him when it will occur? Eccl. 8:7

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@Jacobson wrote:

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Anyone else have some crazy high expectations set for them going into a new project? Also, any advice for tactfully resetting expectations?


There was an old line that went something like...

 

"

If you accomplish the impossible too often they will make it part of your job description.

"

 

Ben

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@Ben wrote:

@Jacobson wrote:

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Anyone else have some crazy high expectations set for them going into a new project? Also, any advice for tactfully resetting expectations?


There was an old line that went something like...

 

"

If you accomplish the impossible too often they will make it part of your job description.

"

 

Ben


Which is why a lot of guys, when asked to help with the laundry or ironing purposefully make a mistake (not too obvious) so that expectations are set accordingly.

 

Not me though. I'm just incompetent. Smiley Wink

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Ben


Which is why a lot of guys, when asked to help with the laundry or ironing purposefully make a mistake (not too obvious) so that expectations are set accordingly.

 

Not me though. I'm just incompetent. Smiley Wink


My better-half will NOT allow me to touch her appliances...

 

I never willingly screwed things up but there was that one time when she away and I decided I was going to make double batch of chocolate chip cookie bars, mixed up baking soda with baking powder..

 

Before I knew it the batter was crawling out of the pan onto the bottom of the oven.

 

My neighbor gave me a strange look when he spotted my fanning the back door trying to clear the smoke.

 

Ben

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Some turkeys just do not get it!

 

Going back and forth looking for something that is not there.

 

Spoiler

 

 

 

 

Was Ben Franklin clairvoyant when I he suggested that the national bird should be a turkey? Well you tell me.

 

Smiley Wink

 

Ben

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