Posts Tagged ‘time’

http://www.itworld.com/open-source/284553/linux-culprit-leap-second-lapses-cassandra-exec?source=ITWNLE_nlt_countdown_2012-07-03

While I am a Open Source user and believer, this should have been taken care of a lot sooner, I guess it finally shows that Linux isn’t as bullet proof as once thought to minor annoying issues that cause administrator headaches.


Why do we as a society, at least in my generation, see that once we’re off the clock we’re just done and over? I am no advocate for working 80 hour weeks for 40 hour pay all the time; however, that is the spirit that moves you along and jets your career if you know what you’re doing. This is a new behavior I have seen in the field of networking when it comes to non-emergency related situations like documentation and “cleaning up” things like cabling and labels. Why have we become such a “5 O’Clock time to leave” society? Read the rest of this entry »