One of the nice things about working in a blast resistant building is that none of the windows open.
This means that the air conditioning is able to cool the air within the room without risking some bright spark opening a window"to help keep the place cool".
I have just finished reading an article about the challenges and opportunities of remote working,
and I noticed that many of the bits of advice that the article provides to remote workers could equally be applied to those of us
that work on the same site1.
Earlier today I was attempting to make some changes to a Windows server in a secure way1.
I fully accept that my knowledge in this area is not particularly strong and so I started looking for the information online.
This was harder to do than I initially thought.
At work, I have been asked to help look into why a web based tool has been having performance issues.
I am on the team as an outside person without any direct involvement with the project so far.
The suspicion is that it is a server configuration issue however those ...
This weekend, the office where I have worked for the last 6 years is getting split in two.
Lots of engineers have been moved to new locations in other offices around the site and those of us who are remaining are getting squashed into a smaller area.
The rest of ...