Next time an IT person helps you out, or even listens to your whining without complaint, offer to take that person to lunch. Or, at least, say thank you and really mean it.
Gawd, it’s so easy to be negative, which is why an article praising the efforts of unsung IT heroes caught my attention.
The message is simple, short, and sweet: despite all the project failures, legions of IT workers do a great job every day. They suffer the sins, inexperience, and bad attitudes of non-technical colleagues who act like IT people are their personal servants.
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