The Side RoomOff topic chat about pretty much anything other than music. Try to be respectful. Strong debate is welcomed, insults and trolling are not. This area is for over 18's only and may occasionally contain NSFW material, although it's not encouraged.
Quality assurance senior change analyst for a cable telecommunications company.
It means I do two things:
1) regulate and process requests to do maintenace with interest in network and high profile client preservation (verizon, at&t, the oil pipeline system, etc...).
2) identify, design, develop, and deploy solutions to ineffecient methods employed in the management of the network's stability (which ranges from software solutions to procedural solutions, or sociopolitical business solutions).
Yes, I like it.
Even when it's frustrating (often), it's a great job.
I'm never bored, salary wages (my top-end is 90k and I'm a year in this department at 65k - which is good, but it's Alaska and we're single income, so we need another 5 to 10k to pull up from threading the needle), banker's hours, virtually free cable, phones, and internet, and alright insurance.
You, or anyone else, are free to do anything with the music that I make. I consider all of my productions to be public domain. If someone asks, I will give them the source files and any related sample files if they are needed. Music is a dialogue, not a speech. Any listener must be free to become the speaker at any time for the life of the dialogue to be retained. Let us, then, discuss in tone.