July 2007 - Blake Niemyjski

  • C-Rollin through PowerPoint’s

    Today was a big change; The Tellitern crew sat in the VB .Net conference room and created a PowerPoint. Tomorrow, if you're in the office, come and support the three month "FTE" (*cough* Darren *cough*) Interns.  We will be presenting Community Server Enterprise Reporting (Tattletale) to interested Telligent employees.

    Jason Alexander and the interns went to C-Rolls Sushi for lunch. I'm beginning to really like Sushi; the lady working at C-Rolls made my day by providing me a plastic cheater clip for my chop sticks.

  • Happy 4th

    Tomorrow most of the people at Telligent will be taking the day off, however there are a lot of hard working people at Telligent that are still coming in. We were offered to take off a little bit earlier today if we wanted. This was pretty cool of Telligent. I was unable to take off early due to a couple of the guys came up to me and asked me if I wanted to play some counter-strike: source. They knew I couldn't resist so here I am going to play a little bitJ.

    Today we worked more on fixing small problems and adding new reports. We were asked to put together a presentation for Friday. One might ponder who our crowd might be? None other than the folks at Telligent! I think when Friday comes around the other employees will see what we have accomplished in a little over a month.

    Have a Happy 4th, drive safe and save me some food :D.


  • It’s a case of the Mondays

    Over the weekend Ryan and I made some major changes to how we implement reports. It took a little bit of time to fix those 689 errors that had to be changed in order for us to be able to compile.

    Today we had a small meeting with the other interns and discussed the changes that we made to the reporting base classes.  And then we went I went onto correcting a list of things that needed to be done.

    Telligent catered in Pizza Hut, I had a good time watching Adam down a really spicy buffalo wing. His face turned pretty red!

    In other news, Ryan Hoffman, a friend and colleague will be heading home tomorrow morning. I am thankful that he has been here to teach me a few things over the past month. It will be a sad day.

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