Pier to Pier Replication on Frozen Lake Eerie

  • Rodney Landrum


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  • Robert.Sterbal


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    Replication solves a lot of business problems, doing something well enough rather than technology problems, which do things in some guaranteed fashion.

  • jts2013

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    I would say that replication is great when it works, but when it breaks it's hell! If it was easier to fix it would probably be all you needed 😀

  • sgtmango333

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    Rodney, I'm in a similar boat in that I've worked with replication but don't understand the technology very well. Shoot, I've even set it up and fixed it without really understanding what it was I was doing. Instead of really digging in, there's always been someone with more knowledge to "pawn" it off on while I worked on things that interested me more.

  • Gary Varga

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    As one of the world's worst predictors I shall keep any inklings under my hat. Suffice to say, predicting what technology will survive and thrive is difficult especially in an industry where when one looks back at its history some occurrences are still difficult to explain.

    The only prediction I will make is that the levels of abstraction will continue to rise in many technological areas both making some current common fields of work niche whilst also creating others.


    -- Stop your grinnin' and drop your linen...they're everywhere!!!

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