So how many "The PI Guy"s are out there? One of my former employers had this business card holder made for me when I left for a new job. I thought I was the one and only but I see a number of other people using *MY* title! :)
It is awesome to see others have been labeled with PI ****, I am labeled the "The PI Guru" at my current company. My current Boss also made a banner for me that simply says "PI (the symbol) is my life". Although I take the PI Guru as a compliment, I really think that its misguided though, the real Guru's are on this site, very impressive crowd right Batman? (Rhys)
My spider sense was tingling when I just opened the vCampus site...oops, wrong superhero
Matt that is awesome! I need one of those so I am now printing it off to hint to clients (or if you are reading this thread, hint hint)...
The nearest I have got is being referred to as "Rhys 'PI' Kirk" on project resourcing documentation.
Rhys @ RJK SolutionsMy spider sense was tingling when I just opened the vCampus site...oops, wrong superhero
Nope your right, you always be Batman to me...
Rhys @ RJK SolutionsThe nearest I have got is being referred to as "Rhys 'PI' Kirk" on project resourcing documentation.
They should call you Captain 'PI' Kirk
Had I been born 4 days earlier I would've been THE ULTIMATE PI GUY! (I was born on 3/18). but I still consider myself a PI guy
I mostly get called (and feel) the 'One-Eyed King' (or in Dutch, "Koning Eenoog", "King One Eye").
"In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King" - Desederius Erasmus (Dutch guy, born in the same place I did, only about 500 years earlier)
I got labeled "The PI Guy" over 15 years ago. Talk about life imitating art - I end up at OSI :) Had to give up the title in the transition though - everybody here is a PI guy (or gal)!
I like to think of us all as "PI Geeks" as well (re: OSIsoft vCampus Live!... where PI Geeks meet)
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