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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I find that, for me, if I start feeling like I'm struggling in a job for which I'm qualified, there are probably serious communication/organization issues. Given that I worked on a contract with your company, though, I'll say nothing else other than I was disappointed to find out that none of my code was ever used :)

  • As Ovid points out, if you've got the qualifications for the job, it could be something else, organizational, that creates the struggle.

    Faced with something similar a while back, I had a couple of clear choices. I could either try to cope as best as I could, but no longer take work as seriously. In other words, find other things that interested me and just treat it as a job, do it the best I can and then move on. Sometimes, as was the case for me, managers never expect all of it done, but you get invisible