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An average day in the life of your web designer

by randles — published Feb 08, 2011 11:35 AM, last modified Jan 28, 2014 02:54 PM
Following us through an average day on the job in CRU

Trish and Tyler

7:00 - 7:30: Wake up, shower, drink coffee

7:30 - 7:45: Commute to work, buy more coffee on the way

7:45 - 8:00: Circle for parking, walk into work, eyes adjust to lack of natural light

8:00 - 8:17: Log in, wait for security patch to be deployed, check email,  join #Plone

8:17 - 10:57: Patch seven web servers

10:57 - 11:15: Resolve and close web tickets

11:15 - ????: Consume more coffee, go to a meeting, create more websites, ask Tom for help, break Plone, watch buildout run, ask Tom for more help, fix Plone, eat lunch, answer phone calls, watch buildout run, pin 37 product versions, watch buildout run again, break FreeBSD, respond to emails, restart varnish, train users, discover bug in outdated version of Plone, create more websites, start pound, pound head on desk, have another meeting, send follow up email, delete log files fill up all remaining hard drive space, drink coffee, and finally go home