Random thoughts and discussion of the daily finds and frustrations of a corporate programmer. I work for a Fortune 100 non-tech company, and the things I run across can be either extremely funny or frustrating for someone in the tech world. I figured I would share some of my experiences along with some of my findings while trying to fulfill programming requests. My background includes, .Net (C#, VB, ASP), SQL Server, Office Programming (VBA), Visual Basic, Crystal Reports, and many more. I intend on sharing code that I find helpful, stories that are humorous, and take questions if you so desire. I may even ask for help myself. The programming world is ever changing, and I know how hard is to keep on top of everything. Maybe we can help each other out.