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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 9:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

scandoz wrote:
Like yourself Jorgen we all took a punt in the beginning,hoping it was real
Hindsight is easy
You actually went and worked for him believing it was real otherwise why go there,I doubt there are many who think this will pay out
We all keep coming back here to see how this all ends,and end it will


Hopefully the end will involve the scumbag facing justice!
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 5:56 am    Post subject: Jeff responds Reply with quote

I just got this response from Jeff, which is plenty of details:


Hi, Martin --

(1) I'm not making stuff up.

(2) Mike doesn't pay me.

(3) The notion that the work "takes no more than a week" is incorrect.

(4) I volunteered to help in the project's earliest days and I'm still here,
helping for free, for the sake of all of us. Problems I've found in the database
are from that period when the Team were running things and they chose not to
include me in what they were doing. The programmer that worked with the Team
did a fine job. The problem was not with what he did but with the fact that
he did not know everything about the data he was working with. That fact, plus
apparently one 'logic error' in what he did, produced some not-obvious errors
to the data that might have been avoided.

It took time for me to fully understand what had happened, largely because he
had altered the structure of some of the tables and added new tables, without
leaving any explanation for me to follow. The database is 'relational',
involving quite a number of separate tables of data. I had to understand how
all the parts worked together in order to be sure that corrections I would
make to one table would not cause unexpected effects, perhaps disastrous ones,
in one or more other tables. The end result is that it's not possible to make
one sweeping change that would set things right again. Instead it's a matter
of making precise changes to individual affected accounts as I find them.

(5) Whenever someone says something foolish and requiring a response, it takes
time away from more productive work I could be doing. For those who cry they
want things to go faster, this is a bit like shooting yourself in the foot.
Trust me or don't, but the course of wisdom would be to leave me in peace to
get this done so we can all move on to the project's resolution.

-- Jeff --
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 28, 2016 3:06 am    Post subject: Re: Jeff responds Reply with quote

martin_argentina wrote:
I just got this response from Jeff, which is plenty of details:


Hi, Martin --

(1) I'm not making stuff up.

(2) Mike doesn't pay me.

(3) The notion that the work "takes no more than a week" is incorrect.

(4) I volunteered to help in the project's earliest days and I'm still here,
helping for free, for the sake of all of us. Problems I've found in the database
are from that period when the Team were running things and they chose not to
include me in what they were doing. The programmer that worked with the Team
did a fine job. The problem was not with what he did but with the fact that
he did not know everything about the data he was working with. That fact, plus
apparently one 'logic error' in what he did, produced some not-obvious errors
to the data that might have been avoided.

It took time for me to fully understand what had happened, largely because he
had altered the structure of some of the tables and added new tables, without
leaving any explanation for me to follow. The database is 'relational',
involving quite a number of separate tables of data. I had to understand how
all the parts worked together in order to be sure that corrections I would
make to one table would not cause unexpected effects, perhaps disastrous ones,
in one or more other tables. The end result is that it's not possible to make
one sweeping change that would set things right again. Instead it's a matter
of making precise changes to individual affected accounts as I find them.

(5) Whenever someone says something foolish and requiring a response, it takes
time away from more productive work I could be doing. For those who cry they
want things to go faster, this is a bit like shooting yourself in the foot.
Trust me or don't, but the course of wisdom would be to leave me in peace to
get this done so we can all move on to the project's resolution.

-- Jeff --



Comments to Jeffs bull shit

1) Every single word is made up, except the words "Hi Martin" and "Jeff"
2) Maybe Mike dont pay him this day today, but thousands of dollars have been sent to Jeff – that I know for a fact, as Mike often complained over Jeff s slow work when Jeff need cash.
3) Send the DB to me, and I will fix it for free in less than 5 working days. All I demand is a CSV file that can be read in any SQL session.
4) We all know that there NEVER was a ”Team”, ohhh and all databases are relational, except very few, very expensive solutions like BRS DB from Canada.

A DB contains tables, DOT. Tables can be moved, changed, edited, deleted, extended, and yes there can be a mess. There are also extreme easy to use tools that with simple use of drag and drop shows the results real time, just like a GD pivot table.
5) Let me be – Jeff cries. Off course he want all to stop writing, it takes time to come up with such nonsens, as his latest post.

Five (5) working days Jeff – one person, and then there still will be time for pizza and coke!!! That is what it takes to fix a database with + 1 mill entries!!

And Jeff, remember the big business man Mike Poulos, you know the canadian lives in Indonesia, Depok area Jakarta, you know the guy who have a billion dollar deal with one or more insurance companies, off course have a copy of the database, from the time BEFORE the so-called team took over.

I mean ALL, companies with ONE or MORE employee do take backup of data - ALL DATA!!

So ONCE again Jeff Gordon is as full of [CENSORED] as Mike Poulos!!
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