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just need to know what this nasty little message means

Thread began 9/29/2009 12:54 am by mehd389652 | Last modified 10/01/2009 12:54 am by mehd389652 | 3118 views | 18 replies

Office Guy-172461

Hey, as soon as you find some of these perfect techs with superb people skills and years of tech experience, let me know and I'll hire some. We all know how easy it is to write documentation for all skill levels and cultures, so I'm sure that will come with the package.

The best techs I've known, were not even allowed to have contact with the public. It tends to be opposite sides of the park.

  Someone from WebAssist could have simply said, 'have you tried: '$hostname_localhost = "localhost";' ?'  

is helpful -

  But no, that would be damn obvious for these guys.  

is not.

  so now you're saying that people should be hiring experienced people to be doing the work for them,  

Isn't that why people hire web designers? If everyone could master everything, there would be no professionals.

  The're getting 'abuse'? Haven't seen any. Did you mean criticism? Well yes, - thats the nature of the job. They also get the cash. That's the deal.  

Believe it or not, cash does not make up for all things. I instruct my techs to immediately report any unprofessional behavior on the client's part, and leave the site if they feel it's necessary. I would rather lose a client than a good tech.

I'm not asking you to "give a damn", I'm hopping you'll see that you will be the one that benefits from giving them some slack.

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