If your work place is anything like mine, it relies entirely too much on acronyms. Reading some documents looks like someone just randomly hit keys on the keyboard.
If you want to bring some humor to the workplace, while at the same time rebelling against the use of confusing acronyms, start naming projects with a little bit of humor and some anti-acronym titles. For example, you might try:
- Database Utility Management Builder
- Design Office Header
- Advanced Software Systems
With a quick easy fix, people will either choose to call your project by its full name, or you’ll at least have some fun when they refer to it by acronym.