Programmer by day, comic nerd by night. My official job title is "Director of Janitorial Engineering"
So I worked for my former employer for 6+ years. Gave them blood, sweat, and tears. They were my first professional job and right now accounts for 80% of my professional life and thus makes up a large portion of my resume.
One of the products I designed and help build was an online event registration system. When I was in the hospital with my dad he asked me if I would help him setup an event on it that was coming up. So I e-mailed and was told to create a new account instead of using one that the organization already had. I thought nothing of it and created the account, then proceeded to setup the event.
As I was "test registering" for the event I noticed a new feature they added (likely was "demanded" by a client and of course we could never say no). Basically it was a running ticker that floated and told you as you progressed how much your registration was currently costing.- read more
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