I spread this news on Twitter and Facebook months ago but thought it was about time to do the same thing here. Wednesday, May 1st was my last day as an employee of Telligent. I worked for Telligent for over six years and I loved every minute of it. I worked with some very bright (most of them much smarter than me!), dedicated and hard-working folks. I worked on tough, challenging problems and had a lot of fun as well. With the exception of a few jobs I have spent about 5 years at each of my previous stops. After that amount of time I must start getting restless and maybe a little bored. But it was still very tough to leave Telligent. I can honestly say that at least a few tears were shed, at least by me.
On May 6th I became a member of the dev team at LeanKit. If you have not heard of LeanKit then you will soon. LeanKit is going places – big, big places and I’m just grateful to be along for the ride. I don’t know what I did to deserve to be in the company of such a great team but I am honestly thankful. Much of the thanks goes to my friend David Neal – I trusted that if he was asking me to join then it was something special. “Special” is really the best word to describe the company, the culture, the people, the product, the location… everything. I’m in. I’m all in.
I could go on and on, but if you want to know more about LeanKit, Kanban, what I’m working on, why I love it so much, etc. then give me a shout. You know where to find me.