I’m pretty jazzed to announce that I’ve officially rejoined the world of the gainfully employed. As a matter of fact, I’m typing this from a chair in the sky, headed to the great state of Texas on my first business trip to do some quick research and field work with a small on-the-ground team. It’s a great (and kind of weird) feeling to be back at it again after such a long hiatus. Summer really has finally come to a close.
How important are your moral convictions when considering a new job opportunity? How should you react when learning about a potential colleague's behavior that you find morally or ethically unacceptable? How should you react if you learn that a potential colleague has been through due process and has served time, but has lied about certain facts in order to work at the organization that you're now deeply considering joining?
It’s been more than a while since I’ve written with any regularity, so I’m happy to announce that you’re looking at a shiny new version of rasterblaster.net! I’m still working through plenty of issues, so if things don’t seem quite right, feel free to drop me an email or shoot me a tweet. I’d be happy to hear from you.