IT consultant happens to learn that his company has jacked up the rate it's charging clients for fish's work. He's not happy that his paycheck hasn't gotten bigger too -- and he understands how to say no.
Pilot fish's eight-year-old daughter comes to him in a panic -- she says she saved all her stories like he told her to, but now she can't find any of them. But it seems she may have inherited that tendency.
Recently married IT pilot fish takes on extra development work for a factory automation project -- but he doesn't want to spend all his spare time driving to the remote factory. Fortunately, there's a work-around.
This pilot fish's job at a large government agency includes an important but occasional task: logging into a system at another large government agency every few months. But why won't his password ever work?
This government agency requires its employees to change their passwords every month, according to a computer security officer working there -- so eventually users should get the hang of the process, right?
PC tech pilot fish lands a job at a plant that makes small consumer electronics products -- and just a few days in, he's called into a meeting about a software problem that's holding up the production line.
IT pilot fish discovers he's been locked out of his credit card's online payment system -- and when he calls customer service, he's told he'll have to re-register the account. OK, says fish, can I speak to tech support?