This pilot fish gets a job doing PC and network support for a small manufacturer in the southwestern U.S., where a purchasing agent agent named Fred seems to have a hand in everything -- and he's good at it all.
This IT consultant pilot fish and his cohorts have recently gotten some good news: Their company has beefed up their 401(k) with full vesting and a better match. So why doesn't fish's co-worker seem to care?
This programmer has two things on his mind: his upcoming wedding and the thorny problem of triggering terminal screen updates in near-real-time as data changes. Guess when he gets the idea for a solution?
This IT pilot fish is working under contract at a government facility -- until the contract is rebid, and fish's company loses. Can fish still keep doing the same job and work for his old company? Well, sort of.
It's a new employee's first day on the job, and he's assigned to a cubicle that's been used as a temporary workspace for visitors ever since the previous occupant left. Just one question: Does it have a mouse?
Pilot fish is working at the help desk of a managed service provider when a call comes in from one very angry user who complains that a critical Excel file has lost all its data -- the file still exists, but it's empty.