Continuing my search for a script to remove all Autodesk software from a computer makes progress, only to find a totally new, and major problem.
Working with a Puget systems Technology Consultant can save a lot of time, and take a lot of headaches and worry out of the process of selecting a system.
My name is Mark Anthony, named after the Roman general, not the singer. Looking back on the past 2 months of working from home I’ve learned a lot. Working from home has become the new normal for many of us here at Puget Systems.
Quarantine life has hit all of us pretty drastically. At first, it was a bit of a shock to realize that businesses were even thinking about shutting down. “Is this real?” “There’s no way the virus could be that deadly, right?”
The lock-downs have changed a lot of things for all of us. For someone who already works from home, it doesn’t seem a whole lot different. For now, I’m using my spare time to better train our foster animals. We regularly have a foster or two in our home and the Coronavirus won’t change that!
Believing that I was almost done with creating the new 3ds Max benchmark, I suddenly learn I’m not, in fact, almost done. Licensing, and extra software prove to be tricky.
Most of my day is spent talking to customers on the phone, over email, and sometimes in person at events or personal visits. I collect feedback about our products and services and take it back to the management at Puget Systems so that we can learn what’s working and what we need to improve.
After several rough weeks, the end is in sight. Scripts are cleaned up, benchmark package is created, now to see if it works.
I might have heard about Animal Crossing in passing, never paying it much heed. A game that has no real ending. You can do whatever you want. Given my limited amount of time, I wanted a beginning, some levels to get through, and an end boss to fight.
Well, scripting has been kicked up a notch, and the training wheels are off. I dive deeper into AutoIT, and attempt to figure out arrays and networks.