Today, my time at Logic 20/20 has come to an end. This was my second professional programming position, and the first away from the friendly confines of North Ridge Software. The code I wrote with North Ridge was arguably more difficult and technically challenging than most of the stuff I accomplished with Logic 20/20, but there is always a certain amount of uncertainty in yourself when you’re working for your father.
Logic 20/20 gave me the opportunity to prove that I had chops outside of North Ridge. Sometimes, I had to deliver code on my own. Other times, I had the opportunity to work in teams, where I had the opportunity to learn from a plethora of talented individuals. Whether it be Clarisonic, Expedia Local Expert, internal Microsoft tools or the Windermere project and it’s ~3000 dynamically created sites, Logic put it’s faith in me.
I will be forever grateful for the opportunity. It’s been an honor.
That said . . . it’s done.
I am on sabbatical.
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