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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Saturday, 02 June 2007

Tuesday, 29th May – Friday, 1st June:

Bit of a manic work-week, with some major issues on one of my Chip Card projects, so really had to focus on some alternative approaches and plans for this. My energy has been mainly on this for a couple of days.

I had to swing back to one of the other projects which went live during mid-March; but had a lingering Membership Rewards element to be “implemented” on 31st May – 1st June in the Middle East market – got there in the end. Very nice to see! Had a few challenges a long the way which is why I was very nervously monitoring the progress during the last week. Luckily all went okay in terms of the MR launch! Phew!

...and at the same time trying to co-ordinate resolving some of the Greece work assignment issues – several of those during the last week.

All of this is pretty tough going, as you can imagine.

I had to also finalise the plans for next week’s planning sessions on the new enhancements – kinda what I was meant to be out here for, and kinda what I was meant to focus on for the last 8-9 weeks. Finally, seeing some significant and well-deserved traction here, my aim and hope is that this continues going into next week, so I can finalise the overall implementation plan (e.g. timelines) when all of these “projects” go-live. A bit of a tough cookie at the moment without having the “specific requirements” drilled down. Life hey?

By Friday, I was absolutely exhausted, and a bit down. I think I was starting to thing of the end of the assignment – with only 27 more days to go (that’s about 4 weeks). On the positive, I’ve made the 2/3 mark!! Still smiling, you've be glad to hear!

So all-in-all, I’m glad that this week was over!!


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