Sue is a developer who has two career goals: Direct and Deposit.
She loves writing software almost as much as she loves going home at 5. She's an excellent programmer who's very familiar with the business and users but has grown cynical of corporate culture. When things become illogical (almost daily), she puts it out of her mind and gets back to work.
She finds refuge in code over which she has some control, unlike most people. If only she could write an app that made non-programmers leave her alone! Or at least make sense when they didn't.
She fiercely guards the code and people important to her and pretty much ignores everything else. She's become the unofficial class clown in meetings without even trying. She says what everyone's thinking but is afraid to say themselves. Things like, "What does VSM mean? Value Stream Mapping? Or Very Stupid Management?"
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keep working no matter what else is happening
"Take a chill pill. It's only ones and zeroes."
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Sue is drawn with 45 rectangles, each with a border and some with rounded corners or slanted angles.
These rectangles are described by data stored as arguments that are converted by software into HTML that your browser displays as pictures.
Here are Sue's arguments:
Line left:89 top:27 width:0 height:100 bdrWth:0 leftWth:2 Angle:00