This pilot fish starts his mainframe programming career at a state agency, but soon moves on to a job at a company in the record industry — which turns out to be much more, um, challenging.
"The environment is totally different," fish says. "I'm responsible for supporting several high-profile production and revenue applications.
"All is well until there's a coding update request, and my manager wants to review the code before it's even tested, much less implemented.
"I have the compiled output ready to review with my manager, but he takes it away to review alone so he's not interrupted.
"Other members of my group are laughing when I return to my desk, but they don't explain why.
To read this article in full, please click here