I recently switched career paths within Red Hat, but I looked simultaneously outside and within the company for the next opportunity.
The not-so-obvious sign it’s time to switch jobs resonates with how that search went and my final decision to stay.
Continue reading “And now I’m a Software Engineer”
Who are you?
Attention all leaders, innovator, movers and shakers. I am putting together a fierce new group of inventors / makers / creative types / techies / dreamers to build / develop / change the world.
Who am I?
I used to dance, now I don’t. And I work at Red Hat. As a software engineer. Also, I developed a self evolving AI named ProsAlpha. Mostly I want to change the world. For the better.
What are we doing?
Continue reading “Looking for a Partner in Crime”
Came across this gem, I can bring home the bacon; why are you so interested in the pan?, while reading one of my daily doses, Mighty Girl and, while, yes, go read the linked article, What My Uterus Can Teach You About Being a Tech Leader, this, in particular, resonated:
Continue reading “Deal With It”
No, we’re not pregnant.
No, we’re not moving.
I have a shiny new job.
But first, some history.
Had a blast.
Then Red Hat changed their new hire scope – you had to have two of three requirements – customer service, technical skills, or linux. I had the first two. I was hired. I had a blast.
But when you work at Red Hat, every day is drinking from the firehose and I had to stop coding entirely.
Continue reading “AND THE BIG NEWS IS (drumroll, please)”