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Updated on 2018-09-04: A new version of the poster and revised some wording.
While unpacking boxes in what will become my office, I found this golden oldie comic from years ago. Decades ago. The more things change…
If you’ve ever been laid off and told, “this is a business decision, it’s nothing personal,” you’ll be able to relate.
Today I had brunch with a friend who works for a former employer. I was in the same team, reporting to the same clueless manager.
Since leaving, I’ve tried to understand (with the perspective of some distance) how the job went sideways so quickly, why the company allows the manager to continue burning money, and why my ex-colleagues put up with all of it.
The last question is the most vexing. These are good people who could get jobs anywhere. Hot tech economy, hot local economy, great skills… All of them except one have prior work experience so they know the delta between the team and the real world. I had conversations before I left in which the situation’s shortcomings were tacitly acknowledged.
Why do people stay when there are better experiences to be had? I don’t get it. YOLO, folks.
Just returned from a three-day off-site company meeting at Lake Tahoe.
Brian Fang, an Android developer at Coffee Meets Bagel, make a video about it. These sorts of videos always have an “up” feeling for the purposes of corporate marketing, but I can tell you that in this case it’s accurate.
I continue to feel blessed and fortunate to have joined this awesome team. I love working here!