If I hear the terms "moving forward" or "value added" today, I will seriously claw someone's eyes out.
And I just got back from a 2 week vacation. Yikes!
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Don't forget recruiters that want to call and "touch base".
[ 06-08-2004, 09:42 AM: Message edited by: cyblue ]
What about the "parking lot"?
Senior SQA Analyst
What about "ensure quality", "fully implement", or "back burner item" ?
The important thing is not to stop questioning.
My pet peeve is the use of the word "leverage" as a verb, specifically when the meaning is simply "use", such as, "We will leverage our test automation experience to get new contracts."
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"Parking lot" is one I haven't heard.... How is that being used?
Internet Quality Assurance Engineer
Load, Stress, Performance Testing
God save us from Sponge Bob. Rich - you have kids at home, don't you?
Anyone but me ever hear the following?
That's not the direction I'm going.
Context = disagreement with someone else not of the same consulting firm.
think of the devli and ...
oh oh here come trouble
The one I really hate is:
"It will all sort it self out in the end."
I hear this from many Senior Managers who often have no understanding of the consequences of their decisions, or don't care.