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John Klossner
John Klossner
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John Klossner has been drawing technology cartoons for more than 15 years. His work regularly appears in Computerworld and Federal Computer Week. His illustrations and cartoons have also been published in The New Yorker, Barron's, and The Wall Street Journal. Web site: ... View Full Bio

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12/22/2020 | 9:57:39 AM
Cartoon contest
Couldn't we have just gotten a bell to ring when we do a good job?
Ace2010
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Ace2010,
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12/21/2020 | 12:00:05 PM
Going all Gong
Jeff needs to have his hearing checked...When the manager said our KPIs are heading in the "wrong" direction, Jeff thought she said "gong" and was excited to bring his into the office.
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12/21/2020 | 9:43:16 AM
The latest drama story in IT ...
Gong with SolarWinds

Too soon?

 
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Ace2010,
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12/18/2020 | 4:17:01 PM
Quality Assurance
Instead of hiring a full QA team to test our code, they hired Steve who can spot a defect a mile away. So, if you hear the gong, you'll know why!
Ace2010
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12/18/2020 | 4:13:37 PM
Social Distancing
This was management's solution to ensuring social distancing...So, if you get too close, it's Fred's job to let you know!
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12/18/2020 | 3:33:27 PM
Code Review
Before he did code review, he toured with Queen as the gong player for Bohemian Rhapsody!
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12/18/2020 | 3:29:32 PM
More Cowbell
While I love the gong, what we really need around here is "more cowbell"
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12/17/2020 | 12:03:34 PM
Secure Code Review
He takes the secure code review VERY seriously.
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12/17/2020 | 6:12:24 AM
Oh, the gong?
"What's with the gong?" "Oh him? He doesn't do actual work, he just critiques others. When you have a flaw, 'GONG!'"
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12/15/2020 | 5:04:24 PM
Caption: I don't know why this fixes the server problem....it just does.
Caption: I don't know why this fixes the server problem....it just does.
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