Accommodating bursts in distributed stream processing systems
That said, because it requires a lot of focus and stamina on my part, organization is the first thing to go when I get stressed out. Personal and professional difficulties really throw me off.
I hate the term “drama llama,” but it’s pretty apt.
The above table illustrates the key differences between the baseline F-35A, the Short Take-Off, Vertical Landing (STOVL) capable F-35B, and the catapult-launched F-35C naval variant. The F-35A is sometimes called the CTOL (Conventional Take-Off and Landing) version.
It’s the USAF’s version, and is expected to make up most of the plane’s export orders.
The company is being awarded a 8 million contract that provides for sustainment support, equipment, training devices, training facilities, Autonomic Logistics Information System hardware and software, and facilities in support of low-rate initial production of Lot 11 F-35 Lightning II aircraft.
Planning, organizing, and setting priorities are all difficult for me, but I have learned to work around those difficulties, and have successfully handled complicated projects before.
If so, do you have any sense of how they achieved that? Are there any steps that I can take to make the situation less awkward and painful for everyone involved?
May 28/18: F-35 support The Navy is contracting Lockheed Martin for a number of support activities as part of the F-35 Lightning II program.
It takes me two or three times as long as expected to perform simple tasks (like drafting documents that are standard in our field or corresponding with colleagues in order to organize projects).
I am generally running behind and disorganized, to the point where I have already missed deadlines and meetings.