Spent half an hour with each of two product people on someone else's bug, because I was set up to demo it for them. It was all good - hearing the other side of the coin. My job is to find the bugs, theirs is to decide how much customer impact it will have vs. how difficult it will be to fix vs. how much worse the customer experience will be if they fix it. The upshot is I will probably be asked to replicate the bug on a wireless connection. Or not, since the rest of the week I'm assigned to a different device, and this one is going to fail certs anyway. While I was demoing the one bug, we saw another one which the product guys were told (by the manufacturer) had been fixed. It happens.
After work I drove to the SJ library and dropped off the anime, which was due Saturday. Coffee shop closed at 5. Boo hiss. So back to MV, bought some stuff at the drugstore and decided to treat myself to dinner out. The Thai places were too crowded, in fact most of the restaurants on the block were packed, except for a new one called The Kitchen Table, which has a certificate of Kosher posted. The first item on the menu is "knish of the day" which almost got me inside, but the rest of the menu was so not Jewish and bland I decided to pass. Went across the street to Neato and had lamb kabob, cake and free wifi.
Plans for tomorrow:
Up early, 8 am physical therapy appointment
P/U insulin at the Kaiser near work
??? No band practice till the 17th.