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Unix Tip #4645- November 29, 2013
NEW TIP BETTER THAN OLD TIP!
Sorry about the Y2K tip, we have been
testing a new Tip mailer. Hated it!
Here is the real tip that was
suppose to go out today:
WALK THE CUBES
Some times at work there are
dry periods when the users don't
call. Walk the halls even if
there is nothing to do. Being
seen by users makes them feel that
you are always around for them.
Some users are hesitant to call at
times, and some feel you are never
around to help. When you walk
the area ask different users each
time if everything is alright.
A simple way to stay proactive.
Also, if you charge your time
back to a department, make sure that
you walk past managers offices. They
will feel that you are there to work
on the employees problems and
they're being well taken care of.
Even if everythig is okay, and they
ask what the problems are, let them
know you are there because you care.
Alittle TLC goes along ways.
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LAST 5 TIPS
- REGULAR EXPRESSION FOR FLOATING POINT NUMBER
- CHANGING PERMS RECURSIVELY
- METAVALUES FROM A SHELL SCRIPT
- CHANGING OWNERS REGULARLY
- CLEANING DIRECTORIES
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