As an architect I hate the fact that house industry just changes the old designs a bit and hardly ever gives a change for the architects to shine...or even earn and do their business. This almost makes me feel it is an illegal procedure.Im fairly certain its not hit bottom yet. And they have been having trouble meeting their military deliveries as well because they keep being turned away for violating military policy.
If they start losing customers then its definitely going to drop more.
Well, the engineers asked to take initiative and the British allowed them.
A lot of the time things fail not because they are impossible, but because the engineers with initiative are held back. The MAX is the perfect example. They actually had people willing to do the right thing and do it well, but they were harassed and held back.
Allison actually built and tested an engine which matched the Merlin, but for one reason or another it was not used. They actually used it when no Merlins were available for testing in order to simulate the Merlin. I have absolutely no idea why it was not used further, but they probably had a good reason.Once they started using a Merlin engine instead of a [-]Harley[/-] Allison it was an ok plane...
andYour work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it.
… should be attributed to Steve Jobs.And no, we don't know where it will lead. We just know there's something much bigger than any of us here.
I didn’t even know that was even still there. It doesn’t show for me. I thought it was removed in the update.Doggzilla… BTW...REF Your attached quotes... I have these in my 'quotes file'.
… should be attributed to Steve Jobs.
Before I retired, the word was that Boeing had tried to pare engineering costs to the bone on the tanker program. They assigned few experienced engineers to the project, concentrating on younger engineers at the bottom of the pay scale. Boeing expected its lower-level managers to take up the slack, but too many of THEM had gone into management early rather than spend a few decades actually doing the kind of work they were supposed to be supervising.They wrote a letter ripping into Boeing for terrible performance. At the end of the letter they wrote that they had "serious concerns about trust and safety" and made other comments about trust in other parts of the letter as well.
The windows black screen of death, just what you want on the worlds most expensive fuel loader.Annnnd the new software update is crashing the computers on startup when it tries to verify the status of the instruments.
This probably explains why the software is taking so long for a relatively "simple" upgrade.