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"Any ideas?" is the most frequently-asked question in technical forums. My answer is: yes.

On leaving and returning

 

C, always my best influence, said something like this a couple of weeks ago:


Developers code in two ways: at work and at home when they're messing about with what interests them and makes them happy. 

And, if you're smart, you'll try to align those two things.
 

Well. 

I'm going to do my best to prove him right.  Deep breath.

Today I leave EC|Wise and my post as MS Technologies team manager/solutions architect.

I will shortly begin work at the Santa Rosa City Schools District, as a DBA with some truly daunting data and reporting/BI responsibilities. 

With this move I hope to begin making several changes in my daily life and my family life-style, among them to work more constantly on tasks that are closely aligned with the interests you see displayed on this blog.

I will also be giving back something to the public school district that prepared both my sons for Harvard and successful, enjoyable adult lives.

And speaking of milestones...

Today is also Jonah Day

I wish Jonah, and his wonderful parents, the first of many, many happy returns.

Comments (7) -

  • Cesar

    8/14/2010 7:00:18 AM |

    Hey Lisa,
    Good luck in your new challenges !

  • >L<

    8/14/2010 8:14:19 AM |

    Thank you Cesar.  Back to database/first tech love...

  • speaker selector

    8/15/2010 10:15:59 PM |

    Longtime lurker and first time poster here. Thanks for once again posting useful information that I can apply to what I'm doing! Jenna P.

  • Grace

    8/18/2010 3:49:00 AM |

    I like this one Smile

  • Robert

    9/2/2010 9:47:41 AM |

    I appreciated your article and have tried the technique.  I have found that it still does not solve the issues when using a matrix style report with three groups and where the first two groups use drill-down to display the other two groups.  I might add that all three groups are contained within three seperate columns rather than this example where the first two groups were in column 1.

    Any work in this area?

  • >L<

    9/6/2010 10:58:00 AM |

    Robert, if you are a real person, I'm not sure why you posted that question to this topic... but feel free to email me with details.

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