Declan Moriarty wrote:
> What really irritates non degree holders is when they see a dummy with a
> degree appointed to responsibility, and he has to rely on non degree
> holders for his technical expertise. Then as we effectively do his job
> for him, he slips into the role of manager. An example of the latter is
> a mechanical engineer who had to ask me to straighten the buckles in his
> bicycle wheel because he didn't fathom the engineering side of it.
I remember fuming about one graduate of a computer science degree that asked
me for help starting her computer. Turned out she'd left a floppy disk in, and
the computer couldn't get past that to the OS on the hard drive.
That sort of thing really irritates me. I got in trouble over that one, as
I posted about it on my blog, and she found out about it and complained to my
higher-ups. Ah well...
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