Architectural Success: Tooting My Own Horn

I recently talked to a former client for whom I’d architected a system 4-5 years ago. When I left, they had a technical staff of about 10 and 2 clients using the back-end system we developed. Today, they have the same size technical staff and 900 clients using the system for their back-end. Yeah, baby!

Generated or ESL?

I screwed up an online order entry and wrote to customer service, saying that I wanted to affirm that I ordered two instead of one. This was how “Josh” began addressing the issue: “I recognize your concern that you want to affirm that you ordered….” Seems rather Eliza-esque to me.