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Fed Up
Friday 10th September, 2004 18:20 Comments: 0
Been a bit of a bad day, it didn't help that the new rota I've been writing supposedly isn't good enough. Apparently I need to use a relational database, which was the whole point of the re-write. Which is a complete surprise to me, because it uses a relational database!

Perhaps they don't know what a relational database is, but I don't duplicate information, and I have relationships between the (very few) tables I require. Apparently they don't like the way I wrote the code without speaking to the main person first, which is odd considering I still have the email he sent my boss saying to send him the code when it's complete. And I still don't know how they could make such judgements on my new design seeing as they've never even seen the source code, all they've done is browse the application!

As for why I've gotten this far without their guidance, it's because they never get back to me. The email I saw today was sent to my boss' boss, along with several other things, I have yet to hear back from them directly regarding what they want me to send them so they can/could let me know how I was doing - after nearly three bloody weeks!

So we're going to put it up on our own server anyway on Monday, as it's better than the existing rota.
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