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Sex, drugs, rock'n'roll...we're talking about a hedonistic music festival, right? Nope, not according to the narrator of this tale. Instead, we're talking about an IT department, in the absurd (yet somewhat epic) comedy about a software project that was doomed to succeed.Exposing some of the more ridiculous aspects of corporate America and the insane characters who haunt iSex, drugs, rock'n'roll...we're talking about a hedonistic music festival, right? Nope, not according to the narrator of this tale. Instead, we're talking about an IT department, in the absurd (yet somewhat epic) comedy about a software project that was doomed to succeed.Exposing some of the more ridiculous aspects of corporate America and the insane characters who haunt its halls, Blowing the Bridge gives the reader a prying peep behind the curtain, at some of the more comical aspects of working with the more colorful personalities in technology and in the business office of corporate America. Bitterly funny throughout, it also painstakingly recounts the struggle of a small team determined to navigate a path towards building something of excellence, despite a mine field of bureaucratic stupidity and the occasional mortar round of tempting prostitutes. And, fortunately, there always seems to be more to write about."Peter Bolton's ebook satires dev stereotypes and situations. Oddly familiar and funny."- Rob Malda, Founder of Slashdot and Chief Strategist of Trove...

Title : blowing the bridge a software story
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ISBN : 18682829
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 75 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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blowing the bridge a software story Reviews

  • Jaerith
    2019-04-10 02:14

    When I read the description, I was thinking that it'd be boring and full of inside jokes about tech. I was pleasantly surprised to read a book that was much more than that. Definitely a recommended read.

  • Mike
    2019-04-12 03:56

    Having spent 30 years in the IT industry the story resonates........good fun

  • Peter Bolton
    2019-04-26 07:14

    Every person should read this book if they wish to have no regrets at the end of their lives. Of course, it's possible that I'm biased. It's unlikely, but it's possible.