Word of the Day
The two pizza rule is a guideline for limiting the number of attendees at a meeting.According to the rule, a meeting should never have so many attendees that they could not all be fed with two pizzas. Generally, this limits the number of attendees at a meeting to less than eight.
Quote of the Day
“The ideal size of a meeting is two people. If your meeting has more than eight people it is no longer a meeting, it is a concert.” — Auren Hoffman
What type of server is enclosed in a wide, flat rectangular chassis?
a. pizza box server
b. lasagna server
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