Thursday, August 25, 2011


So my coworker is leaving in a short while and the stress of the departure is kind of starting to mount for me.  Next Thursday will be his last day and I plan on changing a shitload of passwords while he is in his exit interview.  The thought of what I'm talking about undertaking is literally keeping me up at night and frankly leaving me the tiniest bit pissed off at him.

In reality it's really a good thing that he is leaving, as he just never got on the same page as me and the boss man.  To make it worse not two weeks before his departure he managed to completely piss off our current President.  Enough that our boss was called down and yelled at, so had it not been his last two weeks it might have turned into being his last two weeks if you catch my meaning.  I'm sure that I'm going to get spotty here as the workload of making sure that a system admin is really gone once he leaves these doors comes into a clear picture.  Day to day we split the workload, but he had been given some tasks that I will have to familiarize myself with, and hope that there are no services that are running as him.  


  1. You may full appreciate his presence through his absence.

  2. That's too bad. Hope it all works out.

  3. I was in IT once upon a time ago, so I can feel your pain. I never looked forward to password changing when someone left. Good luck!