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The Diary of a Microsoft Marketing Man

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side of Being a DBA' started by thomas, Aug 30, 2007.

  1. thomas New Member

    I woke up, in a 'one stop' process requiring a subtle paradigm shift. I was in my bed at home, a complete integrated platform. The Sunâ„¢ was streaming through the Windowsâ„¢. The world outside seemed people-ready. To drive decisions on getting out of bed, I enumerated multiple insightful, timely reasons for aligning with domestic goals in a familiar and powerful way.
    On reaching the kitchen, I achieved unparalleled connectivity in the kettle by plugging it in, and leveraged the capabilities of the toaster by switching it on in real time. Today, I felt I had a flexible and connected infrastructure around me. I empowered the agile and adaptive cat at every level by opening the cat-flap
    I Drank multiple cups of Feature-rich coffee, a default slice of familiar and powerful toast followed by and optional one on a per-egg basis, and adopted best practices in the bathroom to support daily bowel operations. I seamlessly interacted with the bathroom mirror to transform the valuable face and exceed expectations. I interoperated with the toothbrush.
    To support the bottom line I got into my trousers I added a belt in order to benefit from higher trouser reliability, improved manageability, and enhanced support. I felt I had reduced my attack-surface.
    Once dressed, I could focus on the high-value task of getting to work and thereby maximize my interoperability, visibility and insight for more accurate resource allocation, prioritisation, and risk management. How optimal, I thought, to once more speed up delivery of business-critical solutions that deliver higher growth and comprehensive profitability, to achieve visibility, collaboration, and control
    So it was once more down the garden path to start the journey to my office at Microsoft….
    [taken from http://www.simple-talk.com/community/blogs/philfactor/archive/2007/08/24/35359.aspx ]
  2. Luis Martin Moderator

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  4. satya Moderator

    Very funny .... Drank multiple cups of Feature-rich coffee, a default slice of familiar and powerful toast followed by and optional one on a per-egg basis, and adopted best practices in the bathroom to support daily bowel operations. I seamlessly interacted with the bathroom mirror to transform the valuable face and exceed expectations. I interoperated with the toothbrush.
    PhilFactor from SimpleTalk of more kind of anti-Microsoft....[:)]..
  5. thomas New Member

    Phil Factor is very funny though. Not anti-Microsoft, just independent of mind!!

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