This week, after 18 months there, I left my job at Nature Publishing Group. I’m sad to go, of course; I’ll miss the friends I made whilst working there and the chance to work with many smart, engaged, talented people. I also had the opportunity to work on and help shape several exciting projects, most notably Nature Network and Nature Precedings.
It’s been an enjoyable ride, and I’m surprised at the sheer amount I learned in those eighteen months. For starters, I appear to have learned how to be a programmer in that time. I’ve also had the chance to stretch my design skills, notably in the design of interactions.
I knew from the start it would never last forever; one day, other opportunities would arise. It turned out that I was right.
On Monday, I start work at Headshift, making technological things to help people better engage with one another. It looks fun – and it looks challenging.
I can’t wait.