So far the developers I'm working with have made an a$$ out of me at
every turn. One would think that giving the amount of time that 64-bit
computers have been out and the fact that Windows XP, 2003, and 2008 all
have 64-bit support that software (even 32-bit) would be able to run on
64-bit computers and OS's. Given the fact that future version of
Windows won't even support 32-bit OS installs should be motivation
enough, but no. It seems not.

I hate the software I'm having to work with. I really do. The front
end is built in Microsoft Access, it requires manual updates, requires, requires SQL Server 2000, is buggy, and I have zero chance of
getting it replaced.