A graceful finish
About a year and a half ago, I accepted a job with a wonderful organization named Flite. I learned a great deal of things and helped improve a great deal things more. Great things, unfortunately, do not last forever. Flite was acquired by Snap and while I respect them greatly, I turned down an offer, thus I venture to join a team as wonderful as the one I was a part of. That, however, is not what I want to discuss. More importantly is what I learned from working at Flite.
I'll be writing a number of blogposts as a sort of postmortem to detail a number of important things I learned at Flite. I consider them to be somewhat of a series, so I'll leave links to all of them below.
- Gets Things Done vs Easy Wins (What is a Senior Engineer?)
- Cache It! Transact It! Replicate It! (Scaling Worldwide)
- You Must Love Old-Spice(Computer Vision and NIH)
- Don't Look In The Back Room (Fixing Broken Standards)
- Sad Trombones Will Haunt My Dreams! (CI and DevOps) (* In Progress *)
- Evernote Syndrome (Requirements Gathering, UATs and Analytics) (* In Progress *)
- A Blidget? What's a Blidget? (Working with Legacy Code) (* In Progress *)