when you’ve been slaving for hours on a long and complicated problem, and suddenly it all comes together and just works. That’s me tonight.
I prefer having more “Ah Ha!” moments than “Oh Sh*t!” ones
But the “oh sugar” moments come so much more often than the “ah ha” moments. I’m so totally proud of myself when I manage a declare myself.
Or when hammering on a problem for hours and then giving up for the day.
Then fixing it in 10 minutes the next day.
…when you get a support phone call by somebody missing a feature or having a problem… and after an hour of support he says, oh I do not need this really…
Careful…this is how pet peeves started the last time
This is really incredible.
Oh, I wonder a scientist to study how this happens and if we can force that to happens more often.
I had this “wow,aha” feeling yesterday when implementing the NSScollView and make some obj-c stuff for customizing and overriding the Scroller and it all works. I am so happy so falling back on custom scrollers.
[quote=236375:@Marco Hof]Or when hammering on a problem for hours and then giving up for the day.
Then fixing it in 10 minutes the next day.[/quote]
This is the advice my wife always gives me. She is not a technician, far from that, but understands perfectly how this works with nerdy guys.
I’ve done tech-support for some time 15 years ago. The best way to do this is to tell people that you will get back to them within two businessdays. 90% of the problems are to be solved by the caller himself, without you doing anything.
Yeah, and the starter is the same
Here we go again
Anyways is not a word.
WOW!! this is an infinite loop
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I love it when a thread just stops.
The moment that someone asking for a certain feature that would really, REALLY help them out realizes that it was already there.
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I love it when a thread (I do not read an entry from it) just stops.
If you say so.
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